Tonight: For most, it will be a quiet night around southern Colorado. Winds will be light and temperatures are expected to drop into the 20s and 30s. A relatively weak system will drop south out of the Dakotas late tonight/early Tuesday morning. This will send a front through southern Colorado and could also help to spark a few scattered showers by early Tuesday morning mainly east of I25.
Tomorrow: There could be a few scattered showers primarily east of I25 early Tuesday thanks to that system swinging through eastern Colorado. These showers may linger through about lunchtime, before skies clear and warmer weather moves in by the afternoon. Highs will end up in the 50s and 60s. It may be quite windy throughout the day with wind gusts up to 35mph.
Extended: High pressure will dominate our weather over the next couple of days, with warmer and drier conditions expected. This pattern will break down late this week as our next system moves in from the west beginning Friday. This next storm looks to be rather large and slow moving... I expect it to impact our weather through the weekend and into early next week, bringing back the chance for daily showers and storms. It may be a bit unsettled on Sunday, so for those of you with outdoor Mother's Day Plans you'll want to pay especially close attention to our Stormtracker 13 Forecast as we will be updating it frequently.