You're receiving this email by subscription. Having trouble viewing this email? View this in a browser.

Monday March 2, 2015 - afternoon update

Quiet for the afternoon drive home. Will continue to see mountain rain/snowfall, though. Tomorrow the chance for snow increases, starting in the morning and increasing throughout the day.

Front Range & Denver Metro Area:  Mostly cloudy with a chance for light snow overnight, snow chance increases into late tomorrow. Lows tonight in the 20s, tomorrow highs only in the 20s. A strong wind will make it feel quite a bit cooler. 

Foothills/Valleys:   Mostly cloudy with a chance for snow tonight and tomorrow. Lows in the teens. Highs tomorrow in the 20s. Wind will make for a cold feel to the day and cause blowing snow.

Plains:  Partly cloudy with increasing clouds overnight, strong wind could lead to ground blizzards. Chance for snowfall increases tomorrow. Lows in the teens, tomorrow highs in the 20s. 

Mountains:  Snow and wind likely. Lows tonight in the teens and 20s, Highs in the 30s.

Western Slope:  Rain and snow mix tonight and tomorrow. Lows tonight in the 20s, highs tomorrow in the 40s. 

Extended Forecast:  Chance for snow increases Tuesday and Wednesday with cold air settling back in. By Thursday and Friday we will see drier conditions with warming temperatures.

 

Print this article Back to Top

This message was sent to: %EMAILADDRESS%
%OPTOUTTEXT%