Last Update: April 22nd, 5:45 PM
TONIGHT: Scattered, light showers (both rain and snow depending on elevation) will continue along and W of I-25 this evening… a stray ruble of thunder is possible too! Wind will gradually decrease through the night, as the will the chance of showers. We’ll continue with a mix of clouds and clear sky overnight with temperatures dropping into the teens and 20s over the mountains with 20s and a few 30s over the plains.
FRIDAY: One more unsettled day with another round of isolated to widely scattered showers and a few thunderstorms. In general, Friday brings a bit better coverage of the showers compared to Thursday. Any thundersnow showers over the mountains could put down a quick couple inches of snow for isolated areas, but in general we are not expecting any big impacts to the roads. Highs today will be a bit cooler than Thursday and will keep to the 50s for most with a few low 60s possible in the SE Plains.
EXTENDED: We warm up with dry weather returning by the weekend! Saturday will be a nice outdoor day before wind and fire danger increase on Sunday as we get breezy by the afternoon. Get out and enjoy! Monday will be a very windy day with high fire danger over southern Colorado ahead of our next storm.
By Tuesday cooling temperatures and returning moisture are back in the forecast. Rain and snow chances will continue into Wednesday along with the cool down. Warmth and drier weather begin to build back in next Thursday.