Tonight: As a cold front continues to slide across the state, clouds will thicken up and showers will stick around across the high country. Snow levels drop tonight to 9000', with some of the higher peaks accumulating 1 to 3" of snow. There could be a few light showers as the front moves across the interstate around midnight into the early morning hours. Temperatures will drop into the 40s for most. Bad news for those of you hoping to catch round 2 of the Orionid Meteor shower... clouds will impact much of the viewings across southern Colorado.
Tomorrow: Clouds will break up during the morning, and you'll get a few peeks of sunshine through lunchtime. The clouds will thicken up again during the afternoon, with another round of light showers, with some of this rain sliding across the plains. High temperatures will be noticeably cooler, only getting into the 60s and 70s. While it will be cooler, and the rain will make it feel slightly cooler than it actually is... the wind won't be as much of an issue on Wednesday!
Extended: We are going to warm up on Thursday, with a warmer and drier pattern sticking around through the first half of the weekend. Friday and Saturday's high temperatures could near the record highs for some, but cooler air returns on Monday along with a slight chance for showers returning to southern Colorado.