Sunday Evening, January 22nd
Temperatures will be mild on Monday with most of the lower elevations seeing highs in the 50s. Winds will pick up in the afternoon and gust up to 30mph and clouds will begin to increase. There will be a chance of snow and mixed showers mainly west of I-25 tomorrow afternoon and evening. The bulk of the activity looks like it will stay in the mountains but we can't rule out a shower or too in the lower elevations. Places like Teller County and the Wet Mountain Valley could see small accumulations but we aren't expecting any big impacts.
A few showers from this same storm are possible again on Tuesday. Showers will be spotty and stay mainly west of I-25 once again. Accumulations up to an inch are possible in places that do actually see showers. This storm does not look to bring any significant snowfall, but we could see an impact to the Tuesday morning commute for those of you who live in the high country. Temperatures will cool significantly on Tuesday with highs only reaching the 30s and 40s. Winds will still be gusty. Stick with the 11 Breaking Weather Team for updates as we get closer.
Colorado will dry out on Wednesday and for the rest of the week. We will see a lot of sunshine to finish out the work week but temperatures will stay down into the 30s and 40s.
Next weekend looks dry with highs in the 40s.