Posted: Mar 14, 2012 3:23 PM by Mike Madson
Updated: Mar 14, 2012 4:01 PM
As long as we have high pressure to the west and lower pressure to the east (as we do now), Chinook winds (the warm, dry ones) will continue to blow and the warm, dry, (occasionally breezy) conditions will continue. Even the big storm systems currently hitting the west coast will detour around Colorado until.....the one that moves in late in the weekend. Stronger breezes will return to your life on Saturday, and plan on strong, gusty winds on Sunday, as the cold front moves in. Behind it, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday will be cooler, with a chance for some showers, thunder and mountain snow from Monday night through Wednesday.