Nov 1, 2013 8:14 AM by Stephen Bowers
A weak upper level low pressure wave moved through the area this morning and brought some clouds and even a few stray showers over the Southeastern Plains. The most noticeable impact from the weak disturbance, though, was that stiff breeze. As the system moves away, the wind will subside and the clouds will move away.
High temperatures today will be seasonable, with low-to-mid 50's around Colorado Springs, upper 40's around Monument, mid-to-upper 50's along and south of the Arkansas River, including Pueblo and Cañon City, and 40's for Teller County.
This weekend, temperatures will break into the 60's across much of the area. The next weather change comes with a storm system that approaching early next week. Ahead of it, wind will increase by late Sunday, clouds will thicken up on Monday, and temperatures will decrease Monday and Tuesday. The storm will actually move through Colorado on Tuesday and looks to favor a bout of heavy snow for parts of our area. Don't forget to fall back at 2 AM Sunday, since Daylight Saving Time comes to an end.