A fast-moving weather disturbance will kick through the state overnight and Tuesday morning. It will spread snow along the east slopes of the northern mountains and into the east side of the state. Snow accumulations will be fairly light, one to four inches across the lower elevations with four to eight inches possible in the highest terrain of the northern mountains. After the storm passes, skies clear later in the day on Tuesday.
Temps will steadily warm through the next four to five days eventually peaking on Saturday with highs near 60°. A large trough and colder air works in for Sunday promising to bring at least some mountain snow.