Overview: We're tracking weak waves that will bring occasional snow to the high country and periods of wind to many others. The temperatures will vary some through the week but in general we'll remain cool.
Today: Areas that were cloudy last night and early this morning will be slow to warm today. Over and near the mountains the air will warm more quickly but it may also be breezy. All areas should be mostly sunny this afternoon with high temperatures mainly in the 30s and 40s. Snow will begin to fall over the high country late this afternoon.
Tonight: A wave will bring several inches of snow to the ski resorts and wind to the eastern mountains and adjacent plains. Although widespread precipitation is not expected in eastern Colorado with this wave, a few flurries or brief snow showers could develop over and near the eastern mountains. Low temperatures will fall into the teens and twenties.
Sunday: Light snow showers and flurries will fall over the high country with mostly sunny, breezy and cool conditions expected for eastern Colorado where high temperatures will reach the 30s and 40s.
Extended: Another upper level wave will move over the state on Monday bringing a period of heavier snow to the high country and possibly some strong wind gusts to the eastern mountains and adjacent plains. A few flurries may also develop over the eastern mountains Monday afternoon although we don't expect significant snowfall. Tuesday and Wednesday should be pretty sunny with high temperatures cooling a bit on Wednesday with another weak cold front. Thursday should feature more clouds with a system that will pass mainly to our south. Friday should be windy and warmer and Saturday looks colder again.