I hope you enjoyed your weekend! Sunday's weather should've helped; there was plenty of sun leading to highs close to 40°. It was still above average but at this point, we're taking what we can get! Clouds increase through Monday morning with scattered snow showers; some will have to drive through them on the way to work. Early on there won't be much moisture to work with, as a result we're not looking at much, if any accumulation. Morning lows will be in the upper 20s. Valley temperatures will warm into the 40s changing any snow showers to rain showers after lunch. Otherwise, skies will be cloudy with strong south winds that will gust close to 25mph at times. Off and on snow will continue in the mountains with highs close to 30°; snow totals will be near 2-4" by Tuesday morning. Monday night, another batch of cold and dry air will filter in but a few snow showers can't be ruled out; lows will be in the 20s by Tuesday morning. Tuesday and Wednesday will be partly cloudy days with highs in the mid to upper 30s; lows will be chilly in the teens to near 20°. Thursday and Friday will be warm but unsettled. Thursday starts with scattered snow showers before turning to rain in the afternoon; highs will be near 50°. Scattered rain continues Thursday night into Friday; we should stay warm enough overnight to keep everything rain. Leftover showers stick around through Friday afternoon but in an off and on fashion; the day won't be a washout. Meanwhile, skies will be mostly cloudy with highs near 50°.
Looking ahead to Easter weekend, it'll start with a few snow showers on Saturday with cold air pooling back in; highs will struggle to get to 40°. Easter Sunday will be chilly with some morning snow showers; highs will be in the low to mid 30s.
Make it a great week!
-Meteorologist Sean Parker