A large-scale trough of low pressure settles into our region today, bringing unsettled very cold air (coldest of the season!), snow showers, and wind. Up to 6” total new snow could be possible for some areas by evening time. Temperatures will barely reach double digits around 10,000’ and strong winds will decrease through the day and shift from out of the SW to the NW with gusts in the 40s at most elevations.
The rest of the week will remain very cold, with a slight warming on Wednesday before another cold front pushes thru on Thursday bringing more unsettled weather and light snow showers.