Just as the flurries taper off more wind returns

Monday morning forecast with Jason Laird
Posted at 3:45 AM, Nov 09, 2020
and last updated 2020-11-09 07:48:57-05

A few lingering flurries and very cold temperatures will kick off the work week.

Any remaining snow should taper off by the noon hour.

Clear skies will allow for our daytime high temperatures to reach the high 20s and low 30s.

Breezy afternoon conditions will contribute to some blowing and drifting snow through this evening.

Overnight lows will fall to the teens and possibly even colder depending on the cloud cover.

Fewer clouds could allow for temperatures to fall to the low teens overnight.

Stronger wind will help to drive temperatures to the upper 30s on Tuesday.

Some blowing and drifting snow is possible, however the warmer temperatures should help the snow melt and compact.

Another quick shot of snow is possible on Wednesday as a cold front drops into the state.

Most of the snow will remain concentrated over the mountains; however, some snow is likely in the plains.

Accumulations are anticipated to remain at or just under an inch for most.

Stronger wind is expected to take us through the later half of the work week.

This wind will once again warm the temperatures and push highs into the low to mid 40s.

Forecast models are hinting at a few flurries on Saturday, however at this point they appear to remain scattered and relatively insignificant.