Widespread frost is possible Tuesday night as lows drop around freezing.
Turning cloudy, remaining chilly.
A windy day is ahead for New Mexico with extreme fire danger.
Thursday: Sunny with a high near 85. This will bring us a brief but much anticipated warm-up.
We’re tracking high pressure as it sets up shop across the South and Midwest. This will lead to lightening winds and mostly clear skies. Highs will be in the 80s Friday afternoon, with overnight lows in the upper 50s to around 60°. There is a slight chance of rain in the forecast for late Wednesday. Breezes should be light at least. For next week, Monday through Sunday, the Climate Prediction Center was looking at a tilt, on average, back toward below normal temperatures. We won’t even rule out some severe weather. Northerly winds will keep significant fog from the inland areas, but a light mist near protected bodies of water isn’t out of the question.
Then another system will move in Wednesday night into Thursday bringing in cooler temperatures and more chances of rain/ snow and mixed precipitation. A Red Flag Warning has been issued for more than half of the state including Denver and the entire I-25 corridor. Our high temperatures will be in the upper 40s to lower 50s. Saturday will be another very warm day.
Sunday is a repeat of Saturday with high temperatures in the mid-40s but it will be sunny, according to the National Weather Service.
One of the reasons for the boost of warm air is the wind direction and speed.
SPRINGS: High – 52; Low – 30.
Thursday is where things get a bit hairy, the Pacific storm system we have been tracking is expected to reach maturity earlier than previously expected.
Another and better chance of storms tracks in with a warm front on Friday. We will have high temperatures in the lower to mid 70s.
Saturday looks to start off quiet with a mix of clouds and sun.