Posted: Apr 15, 2012 9:08 PM by Mike Madson
The storm that brought wintry conditions (and up to 8" of snow to northern El Paso county) is slowly swirling eastward. The result will be a mix of clouds and stars, with areas of rain/snow showers, isolated thundershowers and patchy fog into Monday morning. Clouds and sunshine will mix during the day on Monday, with a chance for rain/snow showers early and isolated thunderstorms later. Highs will be slightly below average (50s/60s).
Fair skies will be the rule for Monday night (and chilly lows in the 30s), with more sunshine and warmer temps for Tuesday and Wednesday (60s/70s).
Thursday, as a cold front moves in, clouds and wind will increase, with a slight chance for showers and thunder. Friday will remain breezy and "unsettled".
At the moment, though, your weekend looks good, with sunny mornings, partly cloudy afternoons and evenings, and above-average temperatures.