Oct 28, 2013 8:52 AM by Stephen Bowers
A storm system brewing over California Monday morning is Colorado-bound, but much of the moisture from this disturbance will get caught over the mountains and the odds that we will see any widespread precipitation in Southeastern Colorado are slim.
IF we are going to see any rain or snow, it's most likely along the Palmer Divide and in Teller County Wednesday morning, but even on the Palmer Divide the chance for precipitation is very small.
What we will notice from this disturbance is colder temperatures. Today will be cooler than yesterday. Tuesday will be even colder, and Wednesday still colder.
For this Monday expect a partly cloudy sky. High temperatures will be near 60 at Colorado Springs, near 50 at Monument, mid-to-upper 60's along and south of the Arkansas River, and close to 50 in Teller County.