KJCT is out in the Montrose/Delta area. Engineers are working to fix the problem, however weather and snow is making it hard to get to the tower in the area. Thank you for your patience!
A nice end to this wild week
Today: More of the mostly to totally clear sky and a mild afternoon temperature that should strike the norm for Grand Junction. 53° is the seasonal average for G.J. and that will be the forecast high. Montrose is expecting an afternoon in the upper 40s. No hazardous weather is expected to develop any time soon.
Extended: An afternoon warming trend that should continue through the middle of next week and could push high temperatures into the middle 60s! However, by the time that c-o-u-l-d happen toward the end of next week, a Pacific storm system will push in some clouds and energy for the first chance in over a week for valley rain and mountain snow. This is the all too familiar weather pattern that we experienced in January and part of February. This weekend also marks the start of DST. Move those clocks forward before you go to bed Saturday night.
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