October 11th Forecast


We will see mostly clear skies to start off our Monday on the Western Slope. Cloudier skies will be moving in once we start looking at the afternoon hours. A strong cold front will move through the region tonight into tomorrow morning. This cold front will bring overnight and early morning rain showers for the Grand Valley with snow possible over the high country. Snowfall looks to stay above 7500 feet for tomorrow morning, but that height will drop down close to 5000 feet by the end of the day on Tuesday. The heaviest rain and snowfall will be during the morning hours, and we will see drier weather move in for Wednesday. Tuesday’s highs will be close to 15 degrees cooler across the board and will stay cool for the remainder of the week. Wednesday’s morning lows will drop below freezing for most of the Western Slope as well. A much weaker system will move through late on Thursday, and we will see a ridge build up over the region for the weekend. This ridge will cause our temperatures to return to the 60s for most of the Western Slope

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