This Week’s Weather

Cool Week With A Bit Of Precipitation
By John McGinley
The week started out with a Thursday cold front that brought strong winds, turning toNed rainbow wind and snow flurries on Friday. Our peak wind was 60mph but along Highway 93 winds were in the 80s. Thanks to CDOT for getting the Canyon Road opened so we could avoid this hazard. Another system on Monday started with early morning thunder, turning to moderate snow and gusty winds, then flurries all day. The flurries continued into Tuesday, but total snow amounts were only about an inch in Ned. Temperatures were below normal most of the week with a high Tuesday right at freezing. Lows went into the mid 20s.
Day Date High Low Precip Comments
Wed Oct 9 56 36
Thu Oct 10 51 33 Trace S Gusts to 53mph
Fri Oct 11 43 34 0.3S/ 0.01L Gusts to 60mph
Sat Oct 12 48 28
Sun Oct 13 54 27 Trace S
Mon Oct 14 39 32 0.5S/ 0.04L Thunder east
Tues Oct 15 32 26 0.8S/ 0.06L
We’ll have a fast moving cold front move through Thursday night bringing light snow on Friday. By Friday night this system will be well to the south. The weekend should be fair and warmer. High temperatures will start out in the upper 30s but will be near 50 by Sunday. Lows will be pretty much in the mid to upper 20s.

Thursday-Oct 17: Increasing clouds with light snow by midnight. High 40 after lows in the upper 20s.
Friday-Oct 18: Cloudy with snow through afternoon, clearing late. High in the mid 30s with lows in the low 20s by midnight.
Saturday- Oct 19: Fair and warmer with gusty winds. High in the upper 40s after lows in the upper 20s.
Sunday-Oct 20: Fair with highs near 50 after lows in the upper 20s.
Monday-Oct 21: A weak front will cool things off a bit. Highs in the mid 40s after lows in the upper 20s.
Tuesday-Oct 22: Fair with highs near 50; lows in the low 30s.
Wednesday-Oct 23: Partly cloudy and cooler with highs back in the mid 40s with lows in the mid 20s.