Wednesday Night, March 29th
Your Thursday looks like a nice day. We'll see a mix of clouds and sunshine, and temperatures mainly in the 60s.
Friday will offer plenty of clouds and cooler temperatures, that only top out in the 40s and 50s. By late in the day, rain showers will develop along parts of the I-25 Corridor, with snow in the mountains to the west of the interstate. The evening commute should be wet, but nothing bad...
The main part of our next storm will impact Southern Colorado Friday night through Saturday evening. Locally heavy snow will be possible, as the main storm center likely moves into Northwest New Mexico. However, if the main storm center remains too far to the west or southwest, the impact of this storm will be considerably less for locations east of the mountains. This is still a BIG detail we are wrestling with right now... However, the storm is strong, has a lot of moisture with it, and has the POTENTIAL to be a big weather maker for us. Stay tuned!
The storm is out of here on Sunday, so drier weather returns for Sunday and Monday.
Next storm impacts the area on Tuesday...