6:00 AM MDT, Tuesday, May 7, 2019
We are in for several days of generally cloudy, damp weather with some freezing temperatures in the lower elevations possible Thursday and Friday mornings.
The clouds may thin a bit at times today, but even if that happens, expect some more showers or even some thunderstorms this afternoon, and cool temperatures. The coldest stretch of this pattern will move in on Wednesday. Several intervals of steady rain (snow in the higher elevations) are likely Wednesday afternoon into Thursday, It is now looking more likely the rain will mix with or change to snow in parts of the urban corridor Wednesday night or Thursday morning. I would not be surprised to see a couple inches, mainly in grassy areas. The amount of snow will be greater as you go up in elevation, with 5-12″ above 7500 feet.
Temperatures are likely to be within a few degrees of freezing on Thursday and Friday mornings, so prepare to protect tender annuals that are outside.