Tonight: A few mountain flurries are a possibility overnight however the plains will stay dry. Lows will drop into the teens and twenties across southern Colorado under party cloudy skies but some overnight fog is expected for our area.
Tomorrow: Plenty of sunshine on tap for Saturday with temperatures climbing to the 40s and 50s. Conditions are expected to remain dry with light winds out of the west.
Extended: If you are traveling to your holiday destination early this weekend, you won't encounter any weather-related issues in Colorado! We expect quiet and dry conditions through Sunday, with temperatures warming into the 40s and 50s. Any weekend snow will take place in the higher terrain, along the continental divide. Monday will be a wild day of weather, however, with temperatures warming into the 50s to near 60s in the morning before a cold front moves through during the second half of the day. Temperatures will plummet during the afternoon/evening, with a rain/snow mix developing and expanding. We'll get a break from the showers Tuesday and Wednesday... but late Wednesday and on Christmas Day our next storm system is going to move in potentially bringing a White Christmas! It's too early to narrow down the details just yet, but we'll be keeping a very close eye on this storm system as it approaches.