Weather - Forecast

Apr 15, 2012 11:08 PM by Mike Madson

Some "outdoor weather" days ahead for next week

The storm that brought wintry conditions (and up to 8" of snow to northern El Paso county) is slowly swirling eastward. The result will be a mix of clouds and stars, with areas of rain/snow showers, isolated thundershowers and patchy fog into Monday morning. Clouds and sunshine will mix during the day on Monday, with a chance for rain/snow showers early and isolated thunderstorms later. Highs will be slightly below average (50s/60s).

Fair skies will be the rule for Monday night (and chilly lows in the 30s), with more sunshine and warmer temps for Tuesday and Wednesday (60s/70s).

Thursday, as a cold front moves in, clouds and wind will increase, with a slight chance for showers and thunder. Friday will remain breezy and "unsettled".

At the moment, though, your weekend looks good, with sunny mornings, partly cloudy afternoons and evenings, and above-average temperatures.


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