Unsettled weather will continue this weekend thru early next week bringing in weak storms with periods of light snow showers resulting in an inch or two of accumulation here and there.
Saturday: Scattered light snow showers are likely in the morning with little new accumulation, then cloudy to partly sunny skies in the afternoon with warming temperatures reaching the mid 30s around 10,000’. West winds will be fairly light with gusts up to 40mph above 10,000’ in the morning, diminishing in the afternoon.
Sunday: Expect mostly cloudy skies with light snow in the afternoon, with up to an inch of accumulation. SW winds will increase slightly in the afternoon with gusts back into the 45mph range. Temperatures should be fairly warm reaching the upper 30s at 10,000’.
Long-term: A weak storm will continue to bring some snow showers Sunday night through Monday. Winds should be on the increase as this disturbance exits the area, followed by dry weather thru the middle of next week.