Plenty of sunshine in the immediate forecast along with warmer temperatures.
After a chilly start Wednesday morning, we may not experience those lows again this season, the Western Slope is in a warming trend. We will continue to see a clear/mostly clear sky, dry conditions and temperatures that will rise above the average (GJ 61F/34F and MT 59F/31F) for this time of the year. The warmest temperatures will likely strike late weekend and early next week.
Thursday night into Friday morning there is a weak low pressure system that will push in some added clouds and could stir the wind speeds up to 20 mph, but this system is “in from the southwest” and should just barely produce snow showers for the San Juans. Further to the north, the fewer the impacts expected and temperatures will not even take a hit. The warming trend will continue through this weekend! The next round of unsettled weather looks likely for the middle of next week.