Sep 29, 2013 9:12 AM by Stephen Bowers
High pressure is still sitting right on top of us, but its center has shifted to our east. West of the high pressure's center, a southerly wind will warm us today and tomorrow, but a quick-moving disturbance will bring an increase in cloud cover and a slight downward trend in temperatures on Tuesday and Wednesday. Another larger disturbance will bring a chance for rain and mountain snow before bringing a sharp cool down next weekend.
Today, expect a mainly sunny sky. Highs will be in the mid-to-upper 70's around Colorado Springs, low-to-mid 80's around Pueblo and Cañon City, lower 60's on Monument Hill, 60's in Teller County, and mainly lower 80's across the Southeast Plains.