Sep 5, 2013 6:31 PM by John Dissauer
After another warm afternoon with temperatures reaching the 90°s and lower 100°s we will see clear skies overnight with lows dropping to the 60°s.
Expect to see sunny skies across the plains of southeast Colorado, mostly sunny skies along the I-25 corridor and partly cloudy skies over the higher terrain west of I-25. There is a small chance for an isolated shower/thunderstorm in Teller County and some of the mountains. Highs will be in the 80°s to near 100° across southern and southeast Colorado. Some of the warmer temperatures will occur along the U.S. 50 corridor.
Computer models continue to advertise a cold front moving through Colorado Tuesday. Ahead of the front there could be a few scattered showers and thunderstorms. Along, and especially behind the front, there will be a chance for showers and thunderstorms. Also, cooler temperatures will move in to parts of Colorado. I am currently forecasting high temperatures to be in the 60°s to 70°s Wednesday.
The fall weather-tease will be short lived. By the end of next week temperatures will climb back to above normal level. - Meteorologist John Dissauer