Wednesday – Sunday:
High pressure is building back in over the region bringing back a drier pattern through Saturday and likely into the day on Sunday. We start with a sunny & colder day on Wednesday with highs in the 30s and gusty north winds up to 70+ mph up top, possibly affecting some lift operations.
Nicer weather Thursday through Saturday with mostly sunny skies and lighter winds with warming temperatures. Highs in the 40s and approaching 50 degrees at the base by Saturday.
Sunday a cold trough is approaching from the north. We could cool a few degrees and see increasing west winds. But it should be dry through the daytime hours based on the latest model runs.
Sunday Night – Tuesday System:
A cold trough digs down from the north again Sunday night bringing colder air for the beginning of next week. Highs likely dropping into the 30s at the base and 20s up top. We could also see snow showers Sunday night into Tuesday. Right now amounts look light.
We’ll continue to watch the trends as we get closer and will update the details on potential snowfall.
We could see additional weak systems through the end of the month, but no BIG storms on the horizon still. Overall we could be fairly dry next Wednesday through the end of the month.
Hopefully, the pattern opens up to bigger storms as we go into March. We’ll continue to watch the trends. Stay tuned for updates as we get closer.