5AM MDT, Wednesday, 21 April 2021
Major amounts of rain or snow are not expected for the remainder of the week, but cloudy periods with some light amounts of precipitation are likely. Then the weekend is looking warmer and drier, with lower elevation temperatures in the 60s Saturday, and 70s Sunday and Monday.
For today and tonight, some intermittent light snow is possible. Most areas will probably not see any accumulation, and where it does accumulate, it will probably be an inch of two. Thursday and Friday should see more breaks in the clouds, but a scattering of showers is likely in the afternoon/evening, probably rain lower elevations and snow higher up. Again, no significant amounts are expected. A trend toward less cold should be evident by Friday.