3:30 PM, Tuesday, January 24, 2017
Last night’s cold front had an extra push early this morning out of the northeast that resulted in low clouds, ice fog, and freezing drizzle, especially in and along the lower foothills. A mere 0.03 fell here at the NCAR Center Green Campus, but that was enough to make for some ice buildup. Although the drizzle is mainly over, the low clouds and fog have prevented evaporation, so the icy conditions should persist tonight. There may even be a few flurries to add a dusting on top of it this evening.
Drier for tomorrow, but a relatively cold week is in store.