The start of the work week brings in a series of disturbances... we'll see better, more widespread rain chances across S Colorado, cloudier skies and the possibility of locally heavy rain. The burn scar will need to be closely monitored during the early portions of the week due to an elevated risk for flash flooding. Some storms, especially in the E Plains, could become strong to severe with large hail, strong winds and lightning. Head on over to the "Weather" tab for a full look at the week ahead.
Slick spots will be possible in the morning, thanks to fog and light snow overnight. If you have travel planned first thing, allow extra time and take it slow.
After a bitter cold start to your Sunday, temperatures will warm into the 30s by afternoon. Most of Sunday should be quiet, however some of our recent models suggest some light snow could redevelop along the Palmer Divide Sunday evening. It wouldn't amount to much, and most of the snow will stay to the west and north of us.
This unsettled weather pattern will continue into next week. Right now, the next chance for precip will be late Tuesday night and Wednesday. Stay tuned...
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