6:30 AM MDT, Tuesday, September 28, 2021
A cold front is coming our way on Wednesday. But the trend toward cooler will start today as a weak storm system to the south creates some clouds that limit the solar heating. There may even be a few showers around, mainly in the mountains. It should still be warm, just not the record and near-record levels of the last few days.
Wednesday may start out mild, but a cold front during the day should usher in a few cooler days with afternoon highs in the 60s for the lower elevations. There is a good chance for rain between tomorrow afternoon and Thursday morning. Snow levels will be high, mainly up in the tundra where a few inches are likely. By the end of the week drier weather will be back over the Front Range region, but it won’t be getting as warm as what we had the last few days.