Monday November 22, 2021 Forecast First

Weather Forecasts

The clear blue sky, the calm, dry and mild conditions you are or have experienced to start the holiday week is will be temporarily deteriorating in the next 24-48 hours. That’s the forecast period for colder temperatures, rain/snow and overcast conditions.

Couple of forecast notes to share with you. Most important, there are no watches, warnings or advisories in place with our incoming storm system(s). If you are travelling by vehicle, late Tuesday, overnight and into Wednesday morning should be the serious winter mode travel window. Be prepared for snow packed roadways above 8,000 feet. Mountain passes will be susceptible to delays/accidents. By Wednesday afternoon however, things appear clear and dry with these two systems departing to our north and east.

Colder temperatures are expected Wednesday morning through Friday morning. Cold and dry is the forecast from Thanksgiving through the upcoming weekend. There will still be some light snow falling Friday and Saturday, but this activity is isolated to the northern mountains. The big snow totals, less than half a foot, are expected in the San Juans with the current/midweek storm systems. The further north, the lower snow totals expected with this quick hit.

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