Several more snow events are lined up through the end of the month. Monday was a snowy day for most of the state with generally 1-7″ accumulating in the lower elevations and up to 10″ in the mountains. Roads are snow covered and slick. Tuesday’s travel will be slippery, but blowing snow will be an issue off the Rocky Mountain Front. Wind will blow snow back over previously plowed roads, so snowplow operators will be busy again. Highs will range in the 30s to around 40. Wednesday will be another wintry day with widespread snow. This storm will be another significant snow maker as the lower elevations will range between 2-6″, with 6-12″ in the mountains. Highs will be in the 20s and 30s. That storm will clear on Thursday, leaving only a few mountain snow showers. Wind will increase again and highs will warm into the 30s to around 40. Friday, another round of lighter snow will move through the state with generally a coating up to 3″ accumulating in the lower elevations. Saturday will be windy and warm for most of the state, with highs in the 40s to around 50 melting some snow. However, the weekend will end on a snowy note with yet another storm spreading snow across much of the state. The rest of January into February will be a stormy pattern.
Have a great day.