Colorado, Wyoming Weather Forecast: Mix of Rain, Snow to Unload This Week With Heavy Snowfall

The National Weather Service (NWS) advisory warned of a mix of rain and snow this week, bringing potential road dangers due to heavy snowfall. Challenging winter conditions are also likely in the late week.

In January, parts of the US experienced troublesome winter conditions, from blizzards, wind chills, severe thunderstorms, snow and flooding rain. This February, people are advised to keep updated with the forecasts to avoid potential weather dangers.

In addition, heavy rain conditions could emerge in western Arizona, Golden Coast, southern Nevada and California. In Chicago, the advisory showed that unseasonably mild temperatures could unfold with highs in 40s to near 50s,

Meanwhile, Kansas City can expect above-normal temperatures until the end of the week. On the weekend, there is a chance of precipitation. In the southern US, homeowners can anticipate the severe thunderstorm threat.

Colorado And Wyoming Weather: Mix of Rain and Snow To Hit This Week

Winter Park, Colorado
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Winter Park, Colorado. Colorado and Wyoming can expect a mix of rain and snow this week with potential heavy snowfall, according to the National Weather Service (NWS). Homeowners should keep updated with winter warnings. In parts of Colorado, colder conditions and a freezing outlook could occur in the region. Homeowners should also stay alert for threats of winter conditions and snow.

In the latest Hazardous Weather Outlook, Colorado and Wyoming can expect challenging weather conditions this week with a chance of heavy snowfall. People should watch out for slippery travel and poor road visibility.

In Central and Western Wyoming, foggy conditions could unfold on Wednesday, especially in the Wind River Basin. The forecast also monitors a Pacific system that could unleash widespread snow conditions. The stormy system could also bring heavy snowfall in the higher elevation.

On the weekend, a wet weather pattern is also possible, causing minor impact on daily commutes. In the lower elevation areas, a mix of rain and snow is likely.

In Nebraska and South Central Wyoming, residents can anticipate record-high temperatures in the midweek. On Saturday, a chance of an incoming winter storm could occur.

In parts of Colorado, colder conditions and a freezing outlook could occur in the region. Homeowners should also stay alert for threats of winter conditions and snow.

On Friday, snowy conditions are also likely in the Santa Fe metro areas and Albuquerque. In Western Mexico, possible rain and snow can unload.

Also Read: NWS Weather Forecast: Light Snow to Unload in Upstate New York, Eastern Pennsylvania This Midweek 

Weather Conditions in the North-Central US

Furthermore, the latest forecast showed that unusual midwinter warmth could spread. Temperatures could reach 10 to 20F above historical average. The unseasonably warm weather can occur in the following areas:

  • Minneapolis
  • Green Bay
  • Chicago
  • Indianapolis
  • St. Louis
  • Wichita
  • Oklahoma City
  • Denver
  • Omaha
  • Scottsbluff

In the late week, dry conditions can hit the following areas:

  • Boston
  • New York City
  • Washington
  • Miami
  • Jacksonville
  • Houston
  • Dallas
  • El Paso
  • Charlotte
  • Memphis

The brief warming threat could be favorable for people with outdoor plans, or people wanting to ease the extreme cold in the US.

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