Weather could not be more tranquil in December across the Rockies, as one High Pressure sits overhead tonight. Our weather stays dry, and mild/warm. Clouds will increase late Monday, and lead to a cloudier and slightly cooler Tuesday & Wednesday
Weather could not be more tranquil in December across the Rockies, as one High Pressure now southeast, dissipates, but like “whack-a-mole”, it pops back up westward, repeating the pattern already established. So…
It’s all High Pressure all the time, with weak fronts passing through to our north Saturday, Tuesday… and to our south, Wednesday/Thursday, bringing the only cloudiness of the 7 days ahead, much less any rain or snow.
Between the weather being sunny (Friday), partly sunny (Saturday), and sunny (Sunday), and high temperatures in the high 20s to high 30s, or perhaps even 40 for some mountain bases, it will be a fine weekend to hit the slopes.
Winds will be light, sun will be constant, and temperatures will warm up each day, to well above averages…for the foreseeable future, starting today. It’s all High Pressure all the time, with weak fronts passing through to our north
Winds have subsided, as High pressure moves in. Winds will remain calm tonight, with clear skies and excellent meteor shower viewing! Expect sunny or mostly sunny days for the foreseeable future, with a serious warming trend.
Winds will be busy this morning, but much calmer by afternoon and tonight…and they will be cold winds, with highs only in the 30s and lower 40s. High pressure moving nearby will calm the winds by this evening, and keep the skies clear or mostly clear for the foreseeable future!.
Forecast: High pressure moves temperatures up to well above average for Monday & Tuesday and Wednesday.
Big picture: double-barrel high pressures from Idaho down to Arizona bring dry weather, and once they slip overhead and to our east, they also bring warmer temperatures.
Forecast: High temperatures hold steady for Sunday, but move up to well above average for Monday & Tuesday and Wednesday of next week.
Temperature escalate this weekend, until well above average for Monday & Tuesday of next week.
Temperature-wise, it’s cold. Maybe 15F or more, below average. But, the temps will bottom out tonight and Friday, and begin recovering Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Not quite to “average” Friday, but yes for Saturday. In fact, they will continue to escalate until well above average for Monday & Tuesday of next week!
The good news is, hardly any change to my previous thinking, so you benefit from a consistent forecast you can easily recall. There is no bad news.In the temperature department, cold through Tuesday, the “warmest” days being Wednesday (mostly 40s to low 50s) and next weekend.
In the temperature department, no change in previous thinking. Cold through next week, with the “warmest” days being Wednesday (mostly 40s) and Friday (ditto).
The short story on temps is, trending colder. When it gets as cold as it gets this time around, it will stay pretty cold all of next week. We are talking mid 20s-low 30s Monday, lower 30s Tuesday, and low 40s at best, the rest of the week.
So the trend, for sure, is towards colder the next 5-10 days. Down to the 40s Friday and Saturday, and way downtown into the 30s for all of next week. That’s definitely on the cold side of typical.