Sep 1, 2014 7:50 AM by Stephen Bowers
Our Labor Day will be a beautiful day to spend outside marked by plentiful sunshine and just a few clouds this afternoon. Temperatures will be seasonably with 70's and 80's and even some 90's in the warmer areas and only a stray shower in high elevations or around the Southeastern Plains.
High pressure positioned to our northwest is sliding into Colorado behind a cold front that moved through over the weekend. The high pressure will hang out through Wednesday, so the first half of our four-day week will be pleasant with warming temperatures.
Temperatures are in the way up into the mid-to-upper 60's by 10 AM. Sunny skies mean 70's for all but high elevations by noon. 70's and 80's are on the map by 2 PM and hold there through 5 PM with a slight increase in cloud cover and just a stray shower possible. The highest odds are in the high elevations west of I-25 or in the Plains.
Tomorrow and Wednesday will be marked by continued sunshine and gradually warming temperatures. Wednesday will be the warmest day with the least-warm spots running up toward 90. Temperatures will cool drastically Thursday and even more on Friday and the potential for rain comes back into the forecast. The most rainy days looks to be Friday and Saturday with some clearing likely beginning Sunday.