6 AM MDT, Saturday, September 26, 2020
Today will be the last in a string of unseasonably warm days. It will also be dry with breezy conditions at times, so be careful with fire.
A cold front will probably have moved through the Front Range region by Sunday morning, and a second cold front will probably move north-to-south through the area during the day. Expect the high temperatures on Sunday and Monday to be 20 degrees cooler than today. It will be mainly dry, but a few areas of clouds and some sprinkles may develop late Sunday. The chance for that is greatest south of Denver, and even there it’s a small chance.
Both Monday and Tuesday mornings could bring some local frosts in some of the colder spots along the Front Range.