Post weekend fallout from the last winter storm has the entire region under colder than normal conditions. Add the element of a light breeze and things get wind chilled quick. This colder than normal pattern will continue through the end of this week.
Three more winter storm opportunities to talk about this week. The third, this weekend is too far out to mention much beyond that it exists late this weekend. The second storm comes online for the midweek as the northwest flow pushes another weak system into the central and northern mountains. Most areas will remain cloudy and dry as a result. The first storm this week begins Monday night and quickly moves through by late Tuesday. This one has it’s target on the San Juans and as a result there is a Winter Weather Advisory for the Four Corners region. Montrose and Grand Junction, better in Montrose County, have a chance for snow Monday night as the cold front passes through after midnight. Lowered visibility and the possibility for Grand Junction to experience measurable snow less than half an inch exists before midnight. Measurable snow for Delta and Montrose less than an inch will exist toward the midnight hour. Quick and brief clearing is expected Tuesday morning before the NW flow delivers more cold and clouds to the forecast.