10:30 AM, Saturday, July 9, 2016
Our hot, dry weekend may start turning windy in parts of the Front Range region late Sunday ahead of a cool front. After the cool front it will likely continue to be breezy into Monday in some areas, especially above tree line. The cool front won’t bring in “cool” air, but it should make the highs on Monday at least 10 degrees cooler than those on Sunday.
There is very little chance for rain through all of this. But as usual, be prepared for an isolated thunderstorm in the high country. Mainly dry, very warm weather is likely at least into midweek.