6:30 AM MDT September 4, 2018
The moisture over the central Rockies this past weekend made a lot of clouds but it didn’t produce much rain for the northern half of Colorado. The chance for rain in the Front Range region is not over yet.
After a warm day today, a cold front will push through from the north this evening and bring cooler weather. At the same time an area of above average atmospheric moisture will be moving through the region today through Thursday associated with an upper level disturbance from the southwest. The result should be some showers and thunderstorms around this evening and then Wednesday and Thursday afternoons/evenings as well. In addition, there could be some areas of low clouds and drizzle or rain late tonight and into Wednesday morning.