Watches and Warnings: Mostly expired now. Avalanche Danger will still be elevated, however.
Today: The last phase of this system passed last night, with the last snow showers lingering over the central and southern Colorado mountains this morning. Snow will ease up this morning and give way to clear sunshine this afternoon. A new air mass is moving in that is cold and dry. High today will be near 39 in Grand Junction and dip down to 17 degrees overnight. In Montrose, we will see a high of 31 and getting down to a chilly 9 degrees overnight.
Extended: Wednesday will be the coldest day of the week, and tonight the coldest night. A sunny warm up is expected through the weekend as a ridge builds along the West Coast. The next Pacific storm is currently timed to bring mountain snow and valley rain beginning in about a week.
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