Storm systems are still predicted to move in today and tomorrow. Although the system looks scary on radar, impacts are expected to be small.
Precipitation will develop today with the most widespread precipitation expected to be along the continental divide. The Hi-Line can see some light accumulations and the rest of us will mostly see some rain/snow mix. Significant impacts are not expected at this time.
Winds will increase overnight tonight, which will warm us up tomorrow. Highs are expected to be in the thirties and forties.
A chance of precipitation is also possible throughout the day tomorrow as this system sticks around for another day.
But good news is, a high pressure then moves in, which will bring in milder and warmer conditions for our weekend and into the start of next week.
Temperatures will be in the thirties and forties this weekend with sunny conditions expected