Saturday, October 1st
Any showers and storms that manage to develop Saturday afternoon will be isolated... While we can't completely rule out a shower or storm, most areas in Southern Colorado will remain dry. Don't cancel your outdoor plans! High temperatures will once again be in the 70s and 80s. Teller County has the best chance of seeing any rain.
Sunday looks fantastic, with plenty of mostly sunny skies, dry weather, and high temperatures in the 70s and 80s.
Our next cool down will arrive on Tuesday and Wednesday with highs dropping to the 60s and low 70s...even a few 50s in the higher elevations. We aren't facing any wet weather in Southern Colorado. The Western Slopes and Continental Divide will gobble up most of this moisture, but wind will pick up, becoming gusty at times both days. This will further elevate brush fire concerns across lower elevations. A few showers are possible on Wednesday but no widespread or meaningful rain is expected.