Today we head out to the lovely Rocky Mountains in Colorado! Will the weather cooperate so we can enjoy the beautiful mountain peaks? Let’s take a look!
At 1053pm MDT, the temperature in Grand Junction, CO is 48 degrees under fair skies. An area of pressure intensifying over the Daktoas will further intensify throughout the day on Thursday as it shifts into the Upper Midwest, bringing the first real bout of snow to non-mountainous areas in the Central Plains over the next couple of days. The accompanying cold front is dropping through the Central Rockies throughout the day on Thursday, but any precip associated with it should remain off to the east. As the front pushes further off to the south and east, high pressure drops down over the Rockies, clearing the region out but dropping temperatures as well.
Thursday: Mostly sunny. High 64, Low 39.
Friday: Clear. High 59, Low 32.
TWC: Thursday: Partly cloudy. High 64, Low 37.
Friday: Sunny. High 59, Low 30.
AW: Thursday: Mostly cloudy. High 63, Low 39.
Friday: Sunny to partly cloudy. High 59, Low 29.
NWS: Thursday: Mostly sunny. High 63, Low 38.
Friday: Sunny. High 56, Low 31.
WB: Thursday: Mostly sunny. High 63, Low 40.
Friday: Sunny. High 57, Low 32.
WN: Thursday: Partly cloudy. High 63, Low 43.
Friday: Mostly sunny. High 56, Low 31.
FIO: Thursday: Breezy starting in the afternoon, continuing until evening. High 63, Low 38.
Friday: Clear throughout the day. High 57, Low 28.
A stream of high clouds is found off to the north of the region tonight. No real impacts from this system are expected over the next couple of days, other than temperatures dropping, making the daylight hours pretty nice!