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Mostly sunny and warmer weather will spread over the state today, with near or slightly above average temperatures expected, as afternoon highs warm into the 50s to middle 60s over much of eastern Colorado. A new low pressure system will push into the Rocky Mountain region tonight into Thursday. Ahead of this low, much warmer air and gusty winds will spread over the state on Wednesday, with a chance for precipitation developing over the mountains by late tonight. Somewhat unsettled weather will then continue into Thursday, as a series of weak upper level disturbances move across the state. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A brief warming period will develop over eastern Colorado Tuesday and Wednesday...ahead of a weak low pressure system moving into the southwestern states. Mostly sunny skies are also expected through the day...with a few late day showers developing over the southwest mountains. The invading moisture will increase over the high country Wednesday...with a better chance of rain and showers in store...along with isolated showers spreading to the region's lower elevations. High temperatures should climb to the 40s and lower 50s in the mountains...with 50s to lower 60s across the lower elevations of the San Luis Valley and the eastern plains. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A brief warming period will develop over eastern Colorado Tuesday and Wednesday...ahead of a weak low pressure system moving into the southwestern states. Mostly sunny skies are also expected through the day...with a few late day showers developing over the southwest mountains. The invading moisture will increase over the high country Wednesday...with a better chance of rain and showers in store...along with isolated showers spreading to the region's lower elevations. High temperatures should climb to the 40s and lower 50s in the mountains...with 50s to lower 60s across the lower elevations of the San Luis Valley and the eastern plains. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A weak cold front pushed through eastern Colorado overnight, spreading a reinforcing shot of cooler air into the eastern plains. This will help to keep temperatures below average this afternoon over this area, while temperatures climb above average across the high country. Under partly to mostly sunny skies this afternoon, highs will top out in the 40s and 50s over most locations. On Tuesday, a warming trend will get underway, with a return to above average temperatures expected area wide by Wednesday. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A weak cold front pushed through eastern Colorado overnight, spreading a reinforcing shot of cooler air into the eastern plains. This will help to keep temperatures below average this afternoon over this area, while temperatures climb above average across the high country. Under mostly sunny skies this afternoon, highs will top out in the 40s and 50s over most locations. On Tuesday, a warming trend will get underway, with a return to above average temperatures expected area wide by Wednesday. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A weak surface cool front is expected to push through the eastern plains overnight. This will bring little new moisture into the picture...and only an increase in late night clouds east of the mountains. After the clouds dissipate Monday morning...look for a mostly sunny day across the region. Temperatures are going to stay around average in the mountains and southern valleys...and below average on the plains. Look for highs in the 30s and 40s in the high country...the 40s to lower 50s in the San Luis Valley and across the eastern plains. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

As the low pressure system that brought snow to parts of the region on Saturday moves away from Colorado today, mostly cloudy skies this morning should give way to sunshine by this afternoon. Temperatures will remain cool over most areas today, with below normal temperatures expected over the eastern plains, and near average temperatures expected across the mountains and high valleys, as highs warm into the 40s to mid 50s over most locations. Enough moisture will be in place this afternoon and evening over the mountains for a stray snow shower, otherwise, dry weather is expected into Wednesday. Our next storm system should arrive late Wednesday, with unsettled weather expected through the remainder of the work week. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

As the low pressure system that brought snow to parts of the region on Saturday moves away from Colorado today, mostly cloudy skies this morning should give way to sunshine by this afternoon. Temperatures will remain cool over most areas today, with below normal temperatures expected over the eastern plains, and near average temperatures expected across the mountains and high valleys, as highs warm into the 40s to mid 50s over most locations. Enough moisture will be in place this afternoon and evening over the mountains for a stray snow shower, otherwise, dry weather was expected into Wednesday. Our next storm system should arrive late Wednesday, with unsettled weather expected through the remainder of the work week. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

An early spring weather system will push across eastern Colorado overnight and into early Sunday morning. This will bring snow to the central and eastern mountains, with the heaviest snow developing over the Wet Mountains, Pikes Peak and Teller County. A mixture of rain and snow is likely for the eastern plains, changing over to all snow by late evening, with some light snow accumulations possible by early Sunday morning. Due to the warm ground temperatures however, any accumulations that do occur, will likely remain confined to grassy or elevated surfaces over the eastern plains. Area temperatures Sunday will remain cool, with highs topping out in the 40s and 50s across eastern Colorado. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

An early spring weather system will push across eastern Colorado this afternoon into Sunday morning. This will bring snow to the central and eastern mountains, with heavy snow developing over the Pikes Peak region this afternoon, and spreading south through the afternoon and evening hours. Moderate snow accumulations will be possible over the Pikes Peak and Wet Mountain regions through Sunday morning. A mixture of rain and snow is likely for the eastern plains by tonight, changing over to all snow by late evening, with some light snow accumulations possible by Sunday morning. Due to the warm ground temperatures however, any accumulations that do occur, will likely remain confined to grassy or elevated surfaces over the eastern plains. Area temperatures will remain cool today, with highs topping out in the 40s and 50s across eastern Colorado. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

An early spring weather system will push across eastern Colorado this afternoon into Sunday morning. This will bring snow to the central and eastern mountains, with heavy snow developing over the Pikes Peak region this afternoon, and spreading south through the afternoon and evening hours. Moderate snow accumulations will be possible over the Pikes Peak and Wet Mountain regions through Sunday morning. A mixture of rain and snow is likely for the eastern plains by tonight, changing over to all snow by late evening, with some light snow accumulations possible by Sunday morning. Due to the warm ground temperatures however, any accumulations that do occur, will likely remain confined to grassy or elevated surfaces over the eastern plains. Area temperatures will remain cool today, with highs topping out in the 40s and 50s across eastern Colorado. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Several disturbances will move through the region over the weekend and into next week, bringing snow and rain to the area once again. Snow mixed with rain can be expected by Saturday morning for most areas, turning to rain over the Plains as the day progresses. Snow will continue through the mountains. The majority of the heavier precipitation should pass through the area Saturday night and early Sunday morning with the cooler air settling in for Sunday, with high temperatures expected in the 40s across the Plains. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A cold front moved through southeast Colorado overnight, spreading a cooler airmass into the state. Temperatures will be in the 50s over the eastern Plains and San Luis Valley with 40s likely in the mountains. Isolated rain and snow showers are likely over the high country today, with a good chance for rain and snow showers developing across the region late Saturday into early Sunday. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A cold front will move into southeast Colorado Friday morning, and through the region Friday afternoon. Temperatures will be in the 50s through the Plains and San Luis Valley with 40s likely in the mountains. Isolated rain and snow showers are likely through the Central Mountains and areas north of Pikes Peak tomorrow with rain and snow showers expected through the region Saturday and Sunday. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Warm and dry weather was expected across eastern Colorado today, ahead of an approaching weak low pressure system. This will help temperatures to warm into 60s and 70s across the eastern plains, with 40s and 50s expected over the high country. This low will push into the state this afternoon, dragging a weak cold front through eastern Colorado this evening. Moisture will remain limited with this front, so no precipitation is expected. Dry, but cooler weather will return for Friday, as temperatures fall back to slightly below average over most areas. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Warm and dry weather was expected across eastern Colorado today, ahead of an approaching weak low pressure system. This will help temperatures to warm into 60s and 70s across the eastern plains, with 40s and 50s expected over the high country. This low will push into the state this afternoon, dragging a weak cold front through eastern Colorado this evening. Moisture will remain limited with this front, so no precipitation is expected. Dry, but cooler weather will return for Friday, as temperatures fall back to slightly below average over most areas. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

High temperatures will be in the low 70's across the plains and I-25 corridor Thursday afternoon. Expect upper 50's in the San Luis valley and 40's in the mountains. No precipitation is expected through Friday afternoon. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Light, isolated snow showers in the higher elevations will continue today. High temperatures will be 5 to 10 degrees warmer is most areas. Expect upper 50s' to 60 east of the mountains, lower 50's in the San Luis Valley, and mid 30's to mid-40's in the mountains. Dry conditions and light winds are expected through the end of the week, when many locations will likely experience high temperatures near 70 degrees. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Snow showers in the higher elevations will end by midnight tonight. Wednesday, high temperatures will be 5 to 10 degrees warmer is most areas. Expect upper 50s' east of the mountains, lower 50's in the San Luis Valley, and 30's and 40's in the mountains. Dry conditions and light winds are expected. The warming trend will continue Thursday, as many locations will likely experience high temperatures near 70 degrees. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

High Wind and Dust Storm Warnings for most of the eastern plains will expire at 6PM tonight. Any remaining snow showers in the higher elevations and El Paso county will come to an end later tonight. Wednesday, high temperatures will be 5 to 10 degrees warmer is most areas. Expect upper 50s' east of the mountains, lower 50's in the San Luis Valley, and 30's and 40's in the mountains. Dry conditions and light winds are expected. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)