TODAY: Skies will be partly cloudy to partly sunny today and highs will soar into the 60s and 70s. Some places out over the eastern plains will likely hit an 80 degree reading or two today. Winds won't be that strong but will begin to pick up as we head into tonight.
TONIGHT: We will be partly cloudy tonight and winds will be somewhat blustery. Lows cool into the 30s and 40s. Mountain snow develops in the high country as a cold front starts to push into the area.
EXTENDED: Tomorrow brings partly cloudy skies and very strong west winds. Right now, a wind alert level 1 is in place but this could definitely be upgraded to a level 2. Downsloping allows for warming into the 60s and 70s around southern Colorado. Places along and west of I-25 are under red flag warnings from 11AM until 7PM. The front will be sweeping through the area which could set off an isolated shower in our mountain cities or the Palmer Divide for the second half of the day. Dry air at the low levels will likely keep most moisture from reaching the surface. Our next chance of snow moves in Monday night into Tuesday. Stay tuned!