Windy and cooler across Colorado today – What We Know!

A chilly entrance is now transferring by way of Colorado.

Some scattered showers might develop, and winds will improve because the entrance strikes by way of the area.

It is going to even be about 15 levels cooler with highs within the low 60s. Temperatures will probably be within the mid-50s by the beginning of Friday night time’s Rockies sport.

Saturday will probably be a pleasant day with highs within the mid-60s throughout the plains. Anticipate loads of sunshine and lighter winds. Highs will probably be within the low to mid-50s within the mountains.

Sunday will begin out delicate and dry, however a brand new storm system will strategy the state within the afternoon. Rain and snow will develop within the mountains with an opportunity for some showers in Denver by night. Highs will probably be within the mid-to higher 60s in Denver with higher 40s to low 50s within the mountains.

It seems like we might get a reasonably first rate storm Sunday night time and Monday for the northern and central mountains! Heavy snow is probably going with 6-12 inches doable for the mountains alongside and north of I-70 by way of Monday morning.

Denver and the northeast plains will get rain Sunday night time and Monday morning — the primary vital precipitation in about six weeks. Rainfall could also be .25″ to .50″ by way of Monday morning. It’s not sufficient to interrupt the drought by any means, however welcomed!

Monday will probably be cool with highs within the higher 40s to mid 50s with skies clearing within the afternoon.

Tuesday will begin dry, though there could also be some rain and snow showers within the mountains Tuesday afternoon and night. Denver and the Jap Plains might even see just a few afternoon showers. Highs will probably be within the mid-60s for the metro space.

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