Local Forecast

Tuesday Night Forecast - 09/19/17

Tonight: Lows drop to the 40s and 50s under mostly clear skies. Dry conditions are expected. It could be slightly blustery as well for the mountain cities, but not as breezy as it was during the day. A cold front will be rolling across Colorado from north to south through the night, so expect at least SOME breeze out of the north at 10-20mph for an hour or two immediately after the front passes.

Wednesday: Only Teller County, Palmer Divide, and cities to the north have a decent shot of Wind Alert weather. The cold front is leaving us with a temperature inversion (warmer air is above the ground rather than at the ground), so we're unlikely to warm up enough to tap into that wind anywhere below 8,000ft. It won't be cold per se, but we'll have highs only in the 60s and 70s for both mountain and valley cities under mostly sunny skies.

Extended: Gusty conditions are to be expected the next several days. Along with another push of cooler air this upcoming weekend, temperatures drop to the 60s and 70s Sunday. Scattered storms are possible this weekend. There could even be some snow falling along the Continental Divide!


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