Thursday Afternoon, September 21st
Temps waste no time heating back up for Thursday and Friday. Breezy conditions each day will lead elevated fire weather concerns. A Red Flag Warning is out for Thursday from noon to 7 PM - NO OUTDOOR BURNING...PLEASE! A cold front that moves through Friday afternoon could also trigger a few storms in far Eastern Colorado, but everyone else should stay dry. That's not the case for the weekend....
Highs drop to the 50s, 60s and 70s this weekend with an increase in rain chances for everyone. Some of the rain could actually be meaningful, according to some of our computer models. There will also likely be some mountain snow to content with, so be aware of that if you are heading to the hills.
The chill lingers on into the start of the work week with spotty showers possible for some all the way into next Wednesday.
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