Oct 27, 2013 5:47 PM by Meteorologist Stephanie Ortmann
After a beautiful weekend, expect some changes heading into the workweek. It'll be cooler and breezy out Monday with highs in the 50s/60s plus wind gusts up to 30 mph at times.
A storm system will move north of the state Tuesday into Wednesday bringing rain and snow to the mountains and a few isolated rain showers over the Front Range and Eastern Plains. Southern Colorado will stay cool and breezy through the middle of the week with highs generally in the 50s. Some snow is possible over areas like Teller County and the Palmer Divide Tuesday night and again Wednesday night. Spotty rain showers are possible over the rest of the region Tuesday and Wednesday.
Halloween looks nice and dry with evening trick-or-treat temperatures in the 40s/50s. The dry weather will continue into next weekend as temperatures warm to near or above average readings. And don't forget, daylight saving time comes to an end next weekend. You'll need to set your clocks back one hour Saturday night.
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