TONIGHT: Gradually decreasing clouds. Most areas will drop into the 40s east of the mountains with mostly 30s over the hills. Near morning, a pretty strong cold front will move south over the plains with wind gusts between 30 and 35mph.
THURSDAY: A cold front in the morning will produce some wind to start the day and possibly a few showers in the Pikes Peak Region. We'll only cool down a couple degrees behind the front and as a few showers and thunderstorms move back in to the region during the afternoon. Storms will only be isolated with the best chance in the Pikes Peak Region and other areas west of I25. Have the umbrella handy!
FRIDAY: Friday we clear out with a few showers possible to start the day and one or two afternoon storms favoring areas west of I-25. We will be a little warmer- highs will climb to the 70s.
EXTENDED: After that get ready for a big warm up! Over the weekend we'll see very warm air, likely the warmest so far this year, move over the region on Sunday. Several locations will hit the 80s, maybe even a stray 90 or two. This warmth comes ahead of another Monday cold front. That brings returning rain chances Monday and Tuesday.