12:35 PM, Tuesday, January 31, 2017
The mild weather pattern will continue for the high mountains and areas west of the continental divide. But for the Front Range lower foothills and plains February will start much colder than January is ending.
A cold front is in northeastern Wyoming right now and will ooze into Colorado tonight or Wednesday. The cold air is shallow and may not even make it all the way to Nederland, but for the lower foothills and plains it will be hard to dislodge before Saturday. It’s not bitter cold but it will likely be at least 20 degrees colder than Monday and Tuesday.
Clouds an a dusting or light snow and/or freezing drizzle is likely around Cheyenne where the cold air will be a little deeper. For the Colorado Front Range region there will probably be some intervals of low stratus clouds and maybe a bit of fog or drizzle. But those clouds may dissolve away from time-to-time as well.