Less Rain/More Warmth For Wednesday

Weather Summary: Storm passage during the 7-10 pm hours will allow for some calming and partial clearing late tonight. Wednesday will still hold a few storm clouds, but the activity should remain over the higher terrain with a near miss pattern for the lower elevations. This downturn in storm activity should allow some afternoon heating with a partly sunny sky for many areas. By Thursday there will be more available rain, in from the southwest, for the Four Corners and by Friday widespread showers should press northward to many other locations along the Western Slope. This will be our next round of showers and thunderstorms and temperatures will be cooling as a result. The first half of this weekend looks unsettled and, as of now, Sunday/Monday look drier with a subtle warming trend before another cold front crashes through the start of next week with rain chances.

Chief Meteorologist Russ Pappas

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