Monday November 1, 2021 Forecast First

Weather Forecasts

A weak storm system is currently exiting the region and another (moderate) storm is tracking through Wednesday.

Neither of which have been or will be all that impactful for the western/lower elevations. On Sunday night light snow fell in the northern mountain zones and on the first day of November that unsettled weather is coming to an end. Early Tuesday another storm system will be tracking through the region and the target will be the northern mountains again. A Winter Weather Advisory is in place for the higher elevations of Eagle, Pitkin, Summit and Routt counties. The mountains in these areas could pick up 5″-10″ of new snow. The temperatures in Grand Junction, Delta and Montrose will be too mild to support anything but rain showers. Scattered rain showers with a primary timeframe of late Tuesday afternoon is the going forecast. A few light showers could start the day in Montrose county and there will be some rain falling, but most of the rain showers associated with this system will be expected later in the afternoon. Temperatures will be pretty close to the seasonal averages in the upper 50s. The winter advisory expires early Wednesday and the rest of the week will have competing clouds linked to storms passing the state to the north. One or two of those storms could dip to the south, but after Saturday it will be mostly clear and dry with mild temperatures.

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