Tonight: We'll get a few clouds early, but mostly clear skies are expected for most overnight. Winds will stay light, and lows will dip to the 40s and 50s for most locations.
Tomorrow: Temperatures will stay warm on Wednesday, with highs getting back into the 80s and 90s. Light winds are expected through the day along with plenty of sunshine from start to finish. The only area where we could get a few sprinkles will be over the high country.
Extended: Temperatures will continue to warm through Thursday. Highs should reach the middle to upper 80s by Thursday, with lower 90s across the plains. The chance for showers and storms returns on Friday as remnants of what was Hurricane Odile slides over Colorado. The added moisture from this storm will increase the chance for storms, especially for southeastern Colorado where heavy rain will be possible. We'll also be tracking another storm system that will send a cold front through southern Colorado late Friday/early Saturday. This will drop weekend temperatures back into the 60s. Yet another surge of moisture is expected Monday, along with even cooler temperatures.