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Warmer temperatures Wednesday but they won’t be lasting long

Wednesday, April 15th, 2020 5:08am MST

Today we continue to see improvement after our last storm. That, however, will be short-lived as our next system is working its way in and will begin to impact us tonight.

For today, partly sunny skies will be above throughout the daytime hours. Temperatures will warm to the mid-50s, warmer than recent days but still a good bit below normal. Late afternoon and evening bring a slight chance to see a few sprinkles of rain.

Overnight tonight, clouds will increase and lows will be dipping to the mid-20s. Some rain and a rain / snow mix will be possible before midnight then we should see a switch to all snow. Tomorrow morning we may wake up to an inch or so of the white stuff.

Looking at tomorrow and the ongoing effects of the storm, there is still a lot of uncertainty as to how this is going to play out. Models can’t seem to get their act together to coalesce around a solution. The potential is there for us to receive 2 to 5 inches from tonight through tomorrow night.

However, much is going to depend on where everything sets up. Hopefully we will have a better idea later today as we get closer to the event. In the meantime, enjoy the relative warmth and dry conditions.


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