4:15 PM MDT, Sunday, August 30, 2020
A cold front should sweep from north to south through the Front Range region tonight making Monday and Tuesday cooler. There isn’t a lot of moisture to work with, and the best area of moisture will move through the area between Monday evening and Tuesday morning, so the best chance for some clouds and rain in Monday night and early Tuesday.
Overall a dry pattern will continue into at least the start of the Labor Day weekend. We will see warmer weather Wednesday, maybe a bit cooler again Thursday, and then warmer again going into at least the first part of the weekend. Despite the recent break in the smoke, fire danger remains high, especially west of the Front Range, so be careful with fire.