Oct 4, 2013 7:07 AM by John Dissauer
A cold front is beginning to move south across southern Colorado this morning. Once the front passes, winds will shift around to the north. Initially, temperatures will drop a couple degrees but the bulk of the cold air will lag behind the front.
Temperatures will warm-up a few degrees this morning for much of the KOAA viewing area but expect temperatures to start to drop by afternoon. By 3pm, temperatures will range from the 40°s to 50°s.
Winds will also increase later this afternoon. Winds are expected to gust 35-45 miles per hour.
A Freeze Watch is in effect for tonight and early tomorrow morning for counties along the I-25 corridor. Temperatures are expected to drop down to the 20's by early Saturday morning. - Meteorologist John Dissauer