Mountain Weather for Monday, December 26th, 2014

Date: 12/26/2014

Snow will continue through most the day before tapering off slowly as the bulk of the system moves onto the Eastern plains. Temperatures will plummet as the skies clear and the -32 degree cold core of the passing storm creates widespread temperature inversions. Westerly winds should remain in the 10-15mph range, limiting wind transport of the new fallen snow. Expect to see more storminess early next week, and unsettled weather into the new year.