TONIGHT: Overnight partly cloudy skies stick around with dry conditions and lows in the 40s for most.
MONDAY: Warmer weather prevails today with highs returning to the 70s and 80s. We may see a storm/shower or two develop in the afternoon around the Pikes Peak Region but the E Plains see the best shot by mid-afternoon. A few of those storms could be strong to severe with hail and strong wind gusts as the main threat. We all see stronger winds arrive late Monday night as our next system moves in.
EXTENDED: Our next system cools our temps down our temperatures about 20 degrees on Tuesday as a morning cold front arrives. Combined with an upper level system moving in from the west, we’ll cool back even more for mid-week with showers and isolated thunderstorms likely through Thursday. Snow level should be pretty high with this system, likely only dropping to about 9,000′. Overall the feel for the week will be cool, with highs dipping to the 40s and 50s at their coolest, and dreary with shower chances around almost every day and clouds for those that manage to stay dry. Keep and umbrella and a jacket on hand this week!
We’re on track for a slow warm up and drier conditions as we approach next weekend.