Temperatures will be close to the seasonal average today and boost up a bit tomorrow.
Yesterday’s cold front and it’s unsettled impacts are still be experienced in the High Country Sunday morning, but drying conditions are expected later today through early Monday. The temperatures Monday will be rising to the warmer side of the averages in the middle 60s and the wind speeds will be jumping into the the 25-35 mph category. This is in response to another (more significant/impactful cold front) storm system moving through the region. The cold front is expected Tuesday morning and that should initiate rain showers for many valleys for the start of Tuesday. Mountain zones will be under winter weather conditions and an expectation of 5-15 inches of snow is a good “for starters” forecast. Winter travel conditions are anticipated with this early week event that should have a timeline from late Monday through mid Wednesday. Colder temperatures will also be reflected through the end of next week.