Wednesday, January 27, 2016
Another couple of cold valley nights ahead of a couplet of Pacific storms, the first of which will be moving over our area late Friday into Saturday. The first storm should begin precipitation Friday afternoon and increase winds over the area by Friday night as snow increases through Saturday.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy with lows in the minus single digits for Craig and single digits for Steamboat.
Thursday: Mostly sunny with highs in the 20’s.
Thursday night: Partly cloudy with lows around -10 in Craig and single digits in Steamboat.
Friday: Becoming cloudy ahead of the next storm for this weekend with light snow likely on the mountain and rain or snow possible in the valleys during the afternoon. Highs in the 30’s in Craig, around 30 in Steamboat and in the 20’s on the mountain.
Friday night: Precipitation chances and winds increase with a greater chance of rain and snow in the valleys and light snow likely on the mountain. Lows in the 20’s.
Tuesday, January 26, 2016
Tuesday night: Cold as temperature inversions reform with patchy fog near Craig. Lows around -10 in Craig and minus single digits in Steamboat.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny with highs around 20 in the valleys and mid-20s on the mountain as higher elevation slopes warm noticeably.
Wednesday night: Cold with lows around -10 in Craig and minus single digits in Steamboat.
Thursday: Mostly sunny with highs around 30 in the valleys and 20s at mid-mountain.
Thursday night: Lows in the minus single digits for Craig and near 10 in Steamboat.
Monday, January 25, 2016
Monday night: Snow showers will linger, especially on the mountain with another 2-4” early in the evening, leaving 4-8” for the morning ski report. Lows in the minus single digits in Craig and around zero in Steamboat.
Tuesday: Becoming mostly sunny first in the valleys and then on the mountain, where intermittent snow showers may linger, but decrease and finally end during the day. Highs in the teens.
Tuesday night: Cold in the valleys as temperature inversions reform, with lows around -10 in Craig and minus single digits for Steamboat.
Wednesday: Sunny with highs around 20.
Wednesday night: Lows in the minus single digits in Craig and near zero in Steamboat.
Sunday, January 24, 2016
Sunday night: Snow continuing, with around an inch or two in Craig, 2-4” in Steamboat and 3-6” on the mountain, leading to a Monday morning ski report of 5-10”. Lows in the single digits in Craig and around 10 in Steamboat.
Monday: Snow continuing with accumulations around another inch or two in the valleys and 2-4” on the mountain. Highs around 20 in the valleys and teens at mid-mountain.
Monday night: Snow tapering off in the valleys, though mountain snowfall may linger into Tuesday morning with an additional inch or two. Cold as temperature inversion reform with lows in the minus single digits in Craig and around zero in Steamboat.
Tuesday: Partly sunny in the valleys and becoming partly sunny on the mountain with highs in the teens.
Tuesday night: Similar to Monday night, lows in the minus single digits in Craig and near zero in Steamboat.
Saturday, January 23, 2016
A weakly splitting Pacific storm will cross the area tomorrow bringing some gusty west winds and starting snow again. The initial part of the storm looks to split around Steamboat Springs early Sunday before trailing waves in northwest flow cross the area Monday afternoon and possibly Tuesday morning, keeping the snow around until as late as Tuesday afternoon for the higher valleys and the mountain.
Saturday night: Cloudy with lows near 10 in Craig and teens in Steamboat.
Sunday: Highs in the 20’s before a cold front passes through our area from a weakly splitting storm early in the day and starts up snow again with 2-4” in Craig and the mountain and 1-3” in Steamboat. Breezy along and behind the front with winds up to 25 mph.
Sunday night: Snows continue with 1-3” in the valleys and 3-6” at the Steamboat ski area leaving 4-9” for the Monday morning report. Lows in the single digits in Craig and around 10 in Steamboat.
Monday: Light snow with accumulations around an inch in the valleys and another 2-4” for the mountain as additional pieces of energy move through the area. Highs around 20 in the valleys and teens at mid-mountain.
Monday night: Chance of continued snow, especially on the mountain with lows around zero.