Tuesday Update

12/20/22 Tuesday 7:40 am

There are not any significant changes in the very short term. Scattered snow showers may develop later today in the forecast area’s northern portions, mainly over the 550 passes up through Ouray. Very light accumulations may occur.

Snow showers will develop again on Thursday as the artic airmass stalls north of I-70 in NW Colorado. Eastern Colorado will experience frigid temperatures on Thursday as the arctic air spills down the eastern slope and across the midwest down to northern Texas.

Here is the temperature forecast for Thursday evening. These are actual temps not wind chill values.

The models appear to be trending towards a wider spread light snow event for Friday. My confidence is pretty low with that at the moment, but I am keeping an eye on it. I am just going to throw it out there because a number of people are going to be traveling on Friday.  I will talk more about it every day this week.

My next update will be on Wednesday. Thanks for following and supporting the site!

Click here to donate 

If you prefer to donate with Venmo: @Jeff-Givens-11

Click here to submit a weather report or question

Send your weather videos to:  durangoweatherguy@gmail.com

Leave a Reply