Tuesday: Mixed precipitation will continue thru most of the day in the form of snow, rain and various forms of frozen pellets depending on elevation. High snow lines of over 9500’ will gradually fall this morning as a cold front pushes thru our area, with highs expected just below freezing around 10,000’. Up to 2” of snow could fall during the day at higher elevations, mostly in the morning hours with scattered snow showers continuing in the afternoon. Strong SW winds gusting well into the 80s over ridge tops will decrease thru the day to more moderate levels before switching out of the north tonight and increasing once again. Clouds should dissipate overnight, with lows expected in the upper teens near 10,000’.
Wednesday: A clear and sunny day is on tap for Wednesday, with well below average seasonal temperatures staying below freezing around 10,000’ and stout north winds.
Unsettled weather returns for Thursday and Friday, with more chances of light precipitation.