Posted: Feb 26, 2012 9:01 PM by Mike Madson
While Sunday was 10-15 degrees colder than Saturday, air that's even colder will move in overnight, dropping lows into the teens (single digits in the high country). Clouds and wind will increase on Monday, as Winter Storm Warnings go into effect for the mountains. (Highs 30s/40s). Gusty winds and the chance for snow will increase on Monday night (lows 20s), with areas of fog Tuesday morning, and STRONG, gusty winds during the day (gusts in excess of 50 mph). (Tuesday's highs mostly 40s). The wind will die down later Tuesday, leaving Wednesday morning's lows in the 10s/20s. Most of Wednesday will be sunny and warmer (40s/50s), with increasing clouds later, and another cold front for Thursday and Friday. The wind will be back on Thursday, with a chance for snow later. (Lows 20s. Highs 40s). Friday will be the coldest day of the next 7, with a chance of snow and highs in the 30s. After teens Saturday morning, the day will be sunny, with highs in the 40s, and Sunday will feature sunshine, and a mix of 40s and 50s.