6 AM MDT, Friday, September 28, 2018
A cool air mass moved through the Front Range region overnight and will be with us all day. There will be some localized low clouds, and there is some drizzle out on the far northeastern plains, but most if not all of the Front Range region should stay dry.
After a chilly start Saturday we should see a nice warm-up. The cool air mass won’t be far away and may try to slip back in on us Sunday. So expect Saturday to be the warmer day of the weekend and take it as a pleasant surprise if Sunday is the same. Rain is not expected.
Rain from Hurricane Rosa
The remnants of the Pacific Ocean’s Hurricane Rosa is forecast to move into the Desert Southwest early next week bringing clouds and rain. The moisture should be moving through Colorado and Wyoming Tuesday/Wednesday. Right now it looks like the Front Range and eastern plains probably won’t get too much impact, but it’s worth watching. It does appear that there may be significant rain in some West Slope areas, especially the San Juan mountains.