As our latest spring shower that hit the northern half of the forecast zone clears out of the area, lingering flurries on Tuesday could add up to an inch more snow to the 1-5” that fell Monday and Monday night at higher elevations. Strong SW winds will gradually decrease and shift out of the W Tuesday afternoon, as sun pops out between the clouds and temperatures climb to a bit above freezing around 10,000’.
Building high pressure will lead to clear skies and cold temperatures Tuesday night with moderate north winds. Temperatures will climb dramatically on Wednesday well into the mid-40s around 10,000’, with full sunshine and continued breezy north winds.
Above average warm temperatures, clear skies and sunshine are on tap for the rest of the week before another chance of precipitation returns for the weekend.