Mountain Weather For 11,000FT. Tuesday 3/31.

CB Avalanche Center Weather

Date: 03/31/2020

The low-pressure trough that brought the latest round of snowfall has moved eastward and the area currently sits under a zonal, westerly, flow with mostly dry conditions. Cloud cover decreased overnight and should last through Tuesday night. Winds are forecasted to remain elevated on Tuesday and continue to drift snow at upper elevations. Air temperatures will rise a few degrees above seasonal norms on Tuesday and Wednesday. No precipitation is expected during the next two days, but some thin, high-level cloud cover could sag down from the north bringing a slight increase in cloud cover on Wednesday.

A low-pressure system in the Pacific Northwest will slowly slide to the southeast over the next couple of days. The next chance for accumulating snowfall will come on Thursday and Friday as the system from the northwest, along with it’s accompanying cold front, reach Colorado. It is a little early for snowfall numbers, but this system does not look impressive but should provide a refresh to surface conditions.

  • Today

    High Temperature: 38 to 42
    Winds/Direction: 10 to 20/W
    Sky Cover: Mostly Clear
    Irwin Snow: 0″
    Elkton Snow: 0″
    Friend’s Hut Snow: 0″

  • Tonight

    Low Temperature: 23 to 27
    Winds/Direction: 7 to 17/WSW
    Sky Cover: Mostly Clear
    Irwin Snow: 0″
    Elkton Snow: 0″
    Friend’s Hut Snow: 0″

  • Tomorrow

    High Temperature: 40 to 44
    Winds/Direction: 10 to 20/WSW
    Sky Cover: Partly Cloudy
    Irwin Snow: 0″
    Elkton Snow: 0″
    Friend’s Hut Snow: 0″