7:50 AM MST, Saturday, March 7, 2020
Today and tomorrow will be mild, springlike days, and remember that the clocks go forward an hour tonight for Daylight Saving Time.
By late tomorrow afternoon a weak cold front will be moving through the Front Range region. A scattering of showers is likely in the late afternoon and evening. Those showers are expected to be mainly rain in the lower foothills and plains. There is about a 50-50 chance of missing the precipitation, and where it does hit it shouldn’t last long. On the other hand, there may be a few isolated showers that are strong enough to produce some thunder.
Although Monday will be post-frontal, it really shouldn’t be that much cooler. The midweek period is looking mild and dry.