This hazardous weather outlook is for northeast and north central
.DAY ONE…Today and Tonight
Another round of light snow is in store for the mountains
starting in the afternoon and continuing into the evening hours.
Accumulations of up to 4 inches is possible across the higher
elevations of the northern and central mountains. A few snow
showers will make it over the southern foothills and Palmer divide
by the late afternoon and evening hours with a trace to an inch
possible by early Friday. The Urban Corridor and eastern plains could
see some light snow but little to no accumulation is expected.
Temperatures today will be slightly cooler than yesterday with
highs in the lower 40s across the eastern plains and 20s and 30s
for the mountains and foothills.
.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN…Friday through Wednesday
It will be dry and a little windy on Friday, especially in the
mountains and along the Wyoming and Nebraska borders. It will
remain dry over the weekend and much warmer. Highs will be near
70 in Denver by Sunday. Strong and gusty westerly winds will occur
in and near the foothills Saturday afternoon and Saturday night. It
will be much colder on Monday and Tuesday with temperatures
expected to be 30 to 40 degrees colder. A significant snow event
is possible Monday afternoon through early Tuesday. Several inches
of snow will be possible, especially in the mountains,foothills
and urban corridor. Stay tuned for updates on this developing
storm. It will remain cold on Tuesday but drier with warmer
weather possibly returning to the region by the middle of next
.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT…
Spotter activation will not be needed today or tonight.