Aug 28, 2014 7:20 AM by Stephen Bowers
We did some clearing overnight, but clouds will increase this morning. Low pressure is centered to our north and will push a cold front through Colorado this afternoon. The brief period of an east-to-west wind will help to generate some showers and thunderstorms, especially from about 3 PM to 7 PM. Expect clearing to begin as early as 8-9 PM, and temperatures will cool into the upper 40's and lower 50's overnight.
Today is the last in this string of off-and-on stormy days. Temperatures will also be at their coolest this afternoon and tonight. The mornings will stay cool, but the afternoons will warm gradually beginning tomorrow and continuing Saturday and Sunday. Low pressure developing over the Southeastern Plains on Monday will kick up the wind a bit. After the big drop in humidity this weekend, humidity will try to increase as that low pressure develops on top of us Monday. The upslope breeze behind that system on Tuesday will mean a few more clouds and perhaps even a few rain showers.