Aug 31, 2013 5:35 PM by Meteorologist Stephanie Ortmann
Most of today's storms will fade away with the setting of the sun, but expect most of the cloud cover to linger overnight. A cold front will pass through Southern Colorado early Sunday morning which will pick up winds for a brief period in the morning and may produce an isolated storm out over the Southeastern Plains.
More clouds than sun can be expected Sunday with cooler temperatures in place. Most spots look to top out in the 70s/80s in the afternoon. Isolated showers and storms are possible throughout the day as well Sunday with more moisture in place at the surface. The mountains will once again see the development of scattered storms late in the morning with some storms lasting through the late afternoon hours.
A ridge of high pressure will build back in for the workweek which will end up keeping the majority of the lower elevation nice and dry though the mountains will continue to see a daily chance for storms. The cool-down will be brief as highs return to above normal readings for Labor Day and look to stay above average through the end of the workweek.
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