Thursday Afternoon, September 29th
We have another dry warm and dry weather, with afternoon temperatures in the 70s and 80s. We will have more clouds around Southern Colorado, but nothing that will produce any rain.
Friday will remain warm, but there will be a better chance for a couple showers and storms. However, RAIN CHANCES WILL NOT BE GOOD FOR MOST OF US... The farther west you live, the better chance you have of getting one of these stray showers and storms.
Saturday will be a similar day to Friday, but any showers and storms that manage to develop will be even spottier... 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!
Sunday looks fantastic, with plenty of sunshine 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. Rain chances do not look good for these days either.
**WITH THE MAINLY DRY WEATHER FOR THE NEXT SEVERAL DAYS, PLEASE BE MINDFUL THAT THE FIRE DANGER WILL REMAIN HIGH...ESPECIALLY DURING THE AFTERNOONS WHEN IT IS BREEZY**