TONIGHT: A few clouds will fill in as a mostly dry, weak system pushes over from the north, but the big story is another night of winter cold. Lows fall into the teens with wind chills making it feel about 10-12 degrees less than that in the early morning hours. Northwest winds will be in the 5-10 mph range. Mountain communities like Alamosa, Gunnison and Leadville will be in the minus teens and 20s with wind chills up to -30.
SATURDAY: Expect more sunny skies and temps warming back into the mid 40s again. A light northwest wind in the 5-10 mph range will keep a bit of a nip in the air, but otherwise it should be a pretty decent day to get outside.
EXTENDED: Sunday will be even warmer, with highs getting into the 50s for most. Overnight lows will bump up into the mid 20s as well. We're tracking a fairly mild and mellow week, with the first chance for change coming in next Thursday.