Saturday, September 28, 2013
Warmth Returns to Colorado
The cool down will be short lived as temperatures begin to rebound tomorrow as winds turn out of the west and skies turn 100% sunny. Highs will be in the 70°s and 80°s across the KOAA viewing area.
Mainly sunny skies will prevail for much of the upcoming week. Forecasters' eyes are looking at a storm that will bring a cold front through Colorado Thursday or Friday. This front should be a little more potent than yesterday's front.
Right now computer models are a little divided as to when the front passes. Currently, I'm siding with the front moving through southern and southeastern Colorado Thursday afternoon/evening. I expect to see falling temperatures Thursday. Behind the front, there is a chance we could see a little snow, especially in higher elevations. I think it is entirely possible Colorado Springs could see a little snow early Friday morning. Stay tuned... - Meteorologist John Dissauer