Wednesday Morning, January 23rd
Temperatures out the door will be in the teens and single digits. We'll see high temperatures mainly in the 30s and 40s with a few clouds this afternoon.
Thursday will be quite a bit cooler, with a few flurries possible. Friday and Saturday will be cool, but mainly dry. A few flurries will again be possible Saturday night in the Pikes Peak Region. Otherwise, the forecast remains pretty dry and quiet.
Sunday will be the warmest day out of the next several, with highs mainly in the 50s.
We are watching a stronger storm system on the way for Monday. This will increase chances for snow along the Front Range, and cool things off by about 25 degrees. As your 11 Breaking Weather Leader, we will continue to monitor this storm system.