6:00 AM, Friday, September 15, 2016
A cold front today will result in a significant change in temperature but not a big increase in the chance for rain. It may not reach the Denver area until late afternoon, so it should still be a warm day until then. But the cooler air will probably sweep into the northern Front Range (including Cheyenne) a bit sooner. Cooler weather over the weekend won’t be too bad, and afternoons may be quite pleasant.
This system will bring some much needed rain and snow to parts of Montana and northern Wyoming. For the Front Range there is a slightly increased chance for clouds and a few showers late today through Saturday morning, but for the most part the overall dry spell has a good chance of continuing.
Warmer weather should return early next week ahead of another cold front around in the Tuesday-Wednesday time frame.