Unsettled Holiday Weekend

Weather Summary: Tonight skies will be partly cloudy across Western Colorado with chances for rain and snow showers continuing overnight. Low temperatures tomorrow morning will be mild from the cloud cover and highs in the valleys will top off in the mid 40s. Tomorrow morning the central and northern zones will have a break from precipitation while the San Juan Mountains see scattered snow showers. The Southern San Juan Mountains are under a winter weather advisory through 5pm Saturday. It is possible the San Juans will see 8-14" of snow by Saturday. If travelling in SW Colorado roads may be icy and winds will gust up to 35mph. Friday night is the next best chance of seeing rain/snow in Mesa County. On and off chances of precipitation will continue on Saturday with high temperatures in the valleys reaching the high 40s. Sunday will bring another chance of rain and snow for the Western Slope as a low pressure system moves east through the area. By Monday evening conditions will start to clear up and drier air will move in. The rest of the work week looks to be dry with mostly sunny skies.

Meteorologist Jessica Lebel


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