Forecast Last Updated at Sunday, February 25, 2018 at 5:33PM
Showers were focused on the first half of the day as skies stay generally cloudy. Another wave of rain will move in overnight and last into Monday morning. Clearing commences by late Monday and it will be noticeably cooler Monday night. Tuesday features bright sunshine and pleasant temperatures. Don’t get too used to dry weather, though, as rain returns for midweek.
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Hi: 62 Lo: 49
Cloudy with rain returning tonight; NW wind 5-10 mph
Hi: 56 Lo: 35
Cloudy with rain; Rain tapering off PM; Clearing Monday night & cooler; Light north wind
Hi: 56 Lo: 41
Patchy valley fog early; Bright sunshine; Slightly above-average temperatures; SE wind 5-10 mph
Hi: 52 Lo: 47
Becoming cloudy with rain arriving
Hi: 57 Lo: 36
Cloudy with showers; Turning windy & colder with snow showers & flurries later Thursday night
Friday - Variable clouds, windy & colder; A few snow flurries; High in the mid 40s; Low in the mid 30s
Saturday - Mostly clear; Seasonably cool; High in the upper 40s; Low in the lower 30s
A cold front is coming through today. It brought showers to the mountains, particularly this morning. The front stalls briefly just to our south and east tonight as a wave of low-pressure travels along it. That will bring another round of rain later tonight through Monday morning. Total rainfall of an inch or so will be possible.
Thereafter, high pressure will regain control of our weather Monday night and Tuesday with a return to dry and cooler conditions.
The respite won’t last long, however. Low-pressure organizing over the southern Plains on Tuesday will propel a warm front through the region, followed by a strong cold front on Thursday. Rain will overspread the High Country on Wednesday, with showers continuing on Thursday. Another inch plus of rain could fall with this next system.
After the front comes through Thursday evening, expect blustery and colder weather Thursday night and Friday with scattered snow flurries.
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