CB Avalanche Center Weather

Mountain Weather for 11,000ft. Sunday, April 14

Date: 4/14/2019

Convective clouds really kicked off yesterday and produced a couple inches of snow. The sky has cleared overnight with the loss of daytime heating and drier air. For Sunday and Monday, moisture will mainly stay to our north and stream over northern Colorado. We could still see some convective clouds and cells move through, but in general, we’ll see partly cloudy sky on Sunday and continued clearing for Monday. Winds will become a bit gustier this afternoon and continue to stay slightly elevated into Monday. High temperatures each day should also increase 3 to 5 degrees from the previous day.

The next low-pressure trough will be making its way across the western US on Tuesday. By Tuesday night we’ll see a return to winter with snow showers starting up and an associated cold front bringing a drop in temperatures. This next storm doesn’t look too impressive at the moment, but still looks to produce a nice refresh on snow and keep the good spring riding going!

  • Today

    High Temperature: 32 to 36
    Winds/Direction: 10 to 20, W
    Sky Cover: Partly Cloudy
    Irwin Snow: 0
    Elkton Snow: 0
    Friend’s Hut Snow: 0

  • Tonight

    Low Temperature: 20 to 24
    Winds/Direction: 10 to 20, W
    Sky Cover: Clear
    Irwin Snow: 0
    Elkton Snow: 0
    Friend’s Hut Snow: 0

  • Tomorrow

    High Temperature: 36 to 40
    Winds/Direction: 10 to 20, WSW
    Sky Cover: Mostly Clear
    Irwin Snow: 0
    Elkton Snow: 0
    Friend’s Hut Snow: 0