At the moment we are in between storms in our recent pattern of every few day inside-slider storms, until our next one is expected to hit Monday.
Expect partly couldy skies today, increasing west winds gusting up to 70mph by afternoon, and seasonably cold temps (but MUCH warmer than the single digits and teens of the past few days, with highs expected in the mid-20s around 10,000’). Some isolated light upslope mountain snow showers could be possible this evening.
Tomorrow (Sunday), should be 5 degrees warmer still, before another cold front/inside slider makes its way through Monday into Monday night, dropping temperatures again and bringing a few inches of snow. Then a couple more days of dry weather before Thursday, when a more substantial storm looks possible with a much better moisture tap!