Last Update: Sept. 18 – 6:00 PM
THURSDAY: Thursday holds better chance for rain with an isolated shower or storm along the Continental Divide and scattered storms over the far eastern plains. Most other areas will stay under a mix of sun and clouds with noticeable southerly winds picking up again. A few mountain locations will see some occasional gusts over 30mph again today. We’ll warm back up again too with highs in the 80s and 90s east of the mountains.
TONIGHT: It’ll stay breezy at times tonight, especially over the mountain passes and eastern slopes. Lows will drop into the 50s and 60s over the plains with some cooler areas in the mountains.
EXTENDED: We’ll keep an eye out for fire danger on Friday with another breezy day expected on the plains and some wind in the mountains. It’s setting up to be a mainly dry and pleasant weekend with temperatures cooling off across the region. A few showers are possible late Saturday over the eastern north of highway 50 as a second cold front arrives.