Posted: Apr 16, 2012 3:04 PM by Mike Madson
Our weekend storm has raced away to the east (taking severe weather wherever it goes), and chinook breezes (those westerly ones that make us warmer and drier) are settling in to boost the temperatures and drop humidities.
Expect clearing skies overnight, with lows near freezing again, followed by sunshine and breezy winds Wednesday, as highs climb into the 60s/70s. A weak cold front will work its way southward along the front range, bringing some clouds with it.
Thursday will be breezy, with a 20% chance for thunderstorms.
Friday will feature a mix of clouds and sunshine, with the coolest temperatures of the week.
Saturday and Sunday look beautiful! with sunny mornings and partly cloudy, breezy, warm afternoons and evenings (highs 70s/80s).
Mild conditions will continue Sunday and Monday, as highs for lower elevations remain in the 70s/80s, with 50s/60s over the mountains.