TONIGHT: Thanks to the cold front that rolled through, overnight low temperatures will fall into the low to mid 50s by Wednesday morning along the Plains. Mountains and high valleys will fall into the 30s and 40s overnight.
TOMORROW: Mix of sun and clouds with the first half of the day keeping temps in the 70's to near 80°. Storms develop for the early morning hours around Trinidad and Walsenburg and spread north around Pueblo and the Arkansas river valley mid-morning to early afternoon. Isolated storms possible around the Pikes Peak region but most of our widespread storms remain south of hwy 50.
EXTENDED: Temperatures will warm through the end of the week back to slightly above average. Rain chances will also be going up through this week as monsoon moisture arrives. Friday night into Saturday, a cold front is expected and that will drop temperatures this weekend and increase rain chances.