Coming off a record temperature (tie) day in G.J.

Tonight: A mostly clear sky is expected along the northern zones while some added clouds should make an appearance later tonight in the southern areas. Low temperatures will remain above the average as we head into Tuesday.

Extended: A weak storm system with tropical origins will push rain, more clouds and some high elevation snow to select areas of the Western Slope. Warm temperatures will remain this week as storm #1 Tues PM/Wed and storm #2 Fri PM/Sat roll through offering slight opportunities for rain and rain/snow mix. Unless, late this week, some cold air combines with the second storm… not much is expected and impacts could be minimal in the lower and western valleys. Dry and clear conditions are returning toward the end of the weekend and start of next week.

Chief Meteorologist Russ Pappas

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