5:45 AM MDT, Thursday, May 7, 2020
A cold front should sweep through the region today followed by a period of gusty northwest winds. There may be some periods of clouds, but the air mass is pretty dry, so no precipitation is expected. Later tonight as the winds die down and the skies become clear, temperatures will drop to the low and mid 30s in many parts of the urban corridor and high plains, maybe even some upper 20s in localized cold spots. It would be a good idea to cover up tender annuals.
Friday night and Saturday night should be a little less cold, but the risk is still there for localized frost. Dry weather is expected this weekend.