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!
Bring the pets inside tonight
Tonight: Cold and clear conditions expected across the board. Some area mountains will have the added (benefit?) of a light breeze and this will drop the temperatures below zero. The Grand Valley is looking for middle teens while Montrose will be colder close to the ten degree mark. Dry air filtering in should prevent fog hazards from developing.
Tomorrow: A mostly clear and dry pattern is returning to the region under the rule of a ridge of high pressure in from the west. Afternoon temperatures will still be cold with highs for the Grand Valley in the low/middle 40s and Montrose should get close to 40°.
Extended: Cold starts through Friday morning and an afternoon warming trend that should put our highs near normal for the start of this weekend and surpassing that (low 50s is the norm) for next week. Upper 50s, dry with a few passing clouds sounds like spring, but another storm system is looking to make a mark for the end of next week with mountain snow and valley rain.
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