Thornton, Colorado, USA
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Monday brings another snowstorm to Thornton, Winter Weather Advisory issued

Monday, April 19th, 2021 5:05am MDT

This time of year everyone is getting quite weary of cold and snow but as Mother Nature is set to demonstrate, we are far from done with wintry conditions. The day starts out nice enough but the afternoon into tonight sees things change considerably.

Mostly sunny skies great us at dawn this morning. Clouds will be increasing through the morning and early afternoon as our next storm system makes itself felt. Winds will be becoming breezy and out of the northeast by mid-morning.

Early afternoon introduces precipitation, initially as a light, rain snow mix. After reaching a high in the low to mid-40s, temperatures will be dropping after noon. As they do, precipitation will change to all snow and increase in coverage. By about 4:00pm it will become widespread and last until midnight.

A quick 3 to 6 inches will be possible during that time. After midnight, the snow will taper off and skies will begin to clear. Overnight lows will be quite cold and into the teens.

A Winter Weather Advisory will be in effect from 3:00pm this afternoon to 3:00am early tomorrow morning. The evening commute may feel some effects from the start of the snow and conditions during the evening will degrade. All the latest on our Winter Weather Briefing Page.


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