Things are on track. A ridge sits overhead and down slope flow/winds will keep us warm in the 50’s F. The next system is slowly approaching from the west (Figure 1). Figure 2 shows we stay in the 50’s F through Friday (Figure 2).
The longer range forecast:
We have a very small chance of snow later Thursday into Friday AM, then again Saturday AM. The GFS (Figure 3) lays down a coating to maybe an inch of snow around town… you may get a luck dusting. The NAM limits the light snow to the western side of Longmont (Figure 4).
Our big snow storm next week, that faded to nearly nothing yesterday, is back with 1-3 or 2-4 inches of snow Sunday night into Wednesday morning (Figure 2). We can say that Saturday on will be cold, with more confidence. letting the GFS make things up for 10 days, it gives us 1-2 inches of snow over that long stretch of time. More to come! Have a nice Valentines Day!