7:25 AM, Friday, September 30, 2016
At 7AM there were some showers moving eastward across the Front Range region and are likely to make a few places wet during the morning. Although drier air and some sun is likely to move in behind the showers, the level of atmospheric moisture today suggests that more showers or a thundershower are likely to redevelop later this afternoon or evening.
Saturday through Monday are looking mainly dry and warmer than average across Colorado and Wyoming. Although there may still be enough moisture around Saturday to trigger an isolated shower, it should overall be a nice weekend for outdoor activity.
The next cold front is due to sweep across the area around Tuesday bringing cooler weather and some rain and snow along and west of the continental divide. It doesn’t look like it will produce much if any precipitation for the Front Range urban corridor, but we can’t completely rule it out yet.