Posted: Apr 27, 2010 4:52 AM by Jamie Smith
Clearing skies and light winds will result in a cold Tuesday morning, with temperatures below freezing for most areas. Tuesday will feature warmer conditions with more sun and temperatures in the 60s and low 70's.
Overnight into Wednesday, expect breezy to windy conditions across the I-25 corridor. Winds and warm air aloft will keep overnight lows fairly mild with lows mainly in the 40s expected across the plains and mainly 30s across the higher elevation.
Windy to very windy conditions will remain over the southern Colorado area for Wednesday. Precipitation will begin to spread toward the Continental Divide in the late afternoon. Although, there will be better chances for rain/snow l later Wednesday night.
After the frontal passage early Thursday morning, will be the best time for precipitation. But, it still doesn`t look like a big precip event for the eastern mountains and plains. Temperatures Thursday will be cooler, because of the fontal passage.
Friday looks to be mostly cloudy, with a slight chance for scattered showers.