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An area of low pressure will push across eastern Colorado today, dragging a cold front through the region this evening. Ahead of this cold front, monsoon moisture will continue to spread over the state, bringing the potential for heavy rain over the mountains, with an elevated flash flood threat continuing over the burn scars, particularly over the West Fork burn scar. For the latest information on flash flood watches/warnings, please visit our web page at weather.gov/pub. Behind the cold front tonight, moisture will briefly increase across the eastern plains, with a slightly better chance for precipitation developing, mainly north of highway 50. Area temperatures will remain near to slightly above average across the region today, as highs warm into the 80s to low 90s across the eastern plains and 60s and 70s over the high country. Temperatures will then fall back to below average behind the cold front for the remainder of the week. (Please visit http://weather.g! ov/pub for more information.)

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An area of low pressure will push across eastern Colorado today, dragging a cold front through the region this evening. Ahead of this cold front, monsoon moisture will continue to spread over the state, bringing the potential for heavy rain over the mountains, with an elevated flash flood threat continuing over the burn scars, particularly over the West Fork burn scar. For the latest information on flash flood watches/warnings, please visit our web page at weather.gov/pub. Behind the cold front tonight, moisture will briefly increase across the eastern plains, with a slightly better chance for precipitation developing, mainly north of highway 50. Area temperatures will remain near to slightly above average across the region today, as highs warm into the 80s to low 90s across the eastern plains and 60s and 70s over the high country. Temperatures will then fall back to below average behind the cold front for the remainder of the week. (Please visit http://weather.g! ov/pub for more information.)

An area of low pressure will push across eastern Colorado today, dragging a cold front through the region this evening. Ahead of this cold front, monsoon moisture will continue to spread over the state, bringing the potential for heavy rain over the mountains, with an elevated flash flood threat continuing over the burn scars, particularly over the West Fork burn scar. For the latest information on flash flood watches/warnings, please visit our web page at weather.gov/pub. Behind the cold front tonight, moisture will briefly increase across the eastern plains, with a slightly better chance for precipitation developing, mainly north of highway 50. Area temperatures will remain near to slightly above average across the region today, as highs warm into the 80s to low 90s across the eastern plains and 60s and 70s over the high country. Temperatures will then fall back to below average behind the cold front for the remainder of the week. (Please visit http://weather.g! ov/pub for more information.)

Late season monsoon moisture is expected to continue to stream northward through Colorado from the desert southwest over the next couple of days...keeping periods of cloudiness and the possibility of showers and thunderstorms in the weather picture across much of the state. The best chance for precipitation will still be over the mountains...especially along and west of the Continental Divide...where recent burn scars will need to be closely monitored for heavy rain and flash flooding. A surface cold front is also expected to move through eastern Colorado late Tuesday and Tuesday night...increasing precipitation coverage east of the mountains. Temperatures are going to be around average Tuesday...but will show a cooling trend behind the front Wednesday...continuing through the end of the work week. Keep up to date on the heavy rain...flash flooding threat by visiting our web site at weather.gov/pub. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A plume of tropical moisture will work into Colorado from the desert southwest over the next few days, bringing periods of cloudiness and a chance for showers and thunderstorms to much of the state. The best chances for precipitation will be over the mountains, especially along and west of the Continental Divide, where recent burn scars will need to be closely monitored for flash flooding. . Please visit our web site for the latest information on watches and warnings at weather.gov/pub. On Tuesday, an area of low pressure will push through eastern Colorado, dragging a cold front through the region during the afternoon and early evening hours. This will help to enhance the chances for precipitation over the eastern plains behind the cold front Tuesday and Tuesday night. Area temperatures will briefly return to above average across the region today, as highs warm into the 80s to low 90s across the eastern plains and 60s to near 80 over the high country. (Please vis! it http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A plume of tropical moisture will work into Colorado from the desert southwest over the next few days, bringing periods of cloudiness and a chance for showers and thunderstorms to much of the state. The best chances for precipitation will be over the mountains, especially along and west of the Continental Divide, where recent burn scars will need to be closely monitored for flash flooding. On Tuesday, an area of low pressure will push through eastern Colorado, dragging a cold front through the region during the afternoon and early evening hours. This will help to enhance the chances for precipitation over the eastern plains behind the cold front Tuesday and Tuesday night. Area temperatures will briefly return to above average across the region today, as highs warm into the 80s to low 90s across the eastern plains and 60s to near 80 over the high country. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A plume of tropical moisture will work into Colorado from the desert southwest over the next few days, bringing periods of cloudiness and a chance for showers and thunderstorms to much of the state. The best chances for precipitation will be over the mountains, especially along and west of the Continental Divide, where recent burn scars will need to be closely monitored for flash flooding. On Tuesday, an area of low pressure will push through eastern Colorado, dragging a cold front through the region during the afternoon and early evening hours. This will help to enhance the chances for precipitation over the eastern plains behind the cold front Tuesday and Tuesday night. Area temperatures will briefly return to above average across the region today, as highs warm into the 80s to low 90s across the eastern plains and 60s to near 80 over the high country. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

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A plume of tropical moisture will work into Colorado from the desert southwest over the next few days, bringing periods of cloudiness and a chance for showers and thunderstorms to much of the state. The best chances for precipitation will be over the mountains, especially along and west of the Continental Divide, where recent burn scars will need to be closely monitored for flash flooding. On Tuesday, an area of low pressure will push through eastern Colorado, dragging a cold front through the region during the afternoon and early evening hours. This will help to enhance the chances for precipitation over the eastern plains behind the cold front Tuesday and Tuesday night. Area temperatures will briefly return to above average across the region today, as highs warm into the 80s to low 90s across the eastern plains and 60s to near 80 over the high country. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A plume of tropical moisture will work into Colorado from the desert southwest over the next few days, bringing periods of cloudiness and a chance for showers and thunderstorms to much of the state. The best chances for precipitation will be over the mountains, especially along and west of the Continental Divide, where recent burn scars will need to be closely monitored for flash flooding. On Tuesday, an area of low pressure will push through eastern Colorado, dragging a cold front through the region during the afternoon and early evening hours. This will help to enhance the chances for precipitation over the eastern plains behind the cold front Tuesday and Tuesday night. Area temperatures will briefly return to above average across the region today, as highs warm into the 80s to low 90s across the eastern plains and 60s to near 80 over the high country. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A plume of tropical moisture will work into Colorado from the desert southwest over the next few days, bringing periods of cloudiness and a chance for showers and thunderstorms to much of the state. The best chances for precipitation will be over the mountains, especially along and west of the Continental Divide, where recent burn scars will need to be closely monitored for flash flooding. On Tuesday, an area of low pressure will push through eastern Colorado, dragging a cold front through the region during the afternoon and early evening hours. This will help to enhance the chances for precipitation over the eastern plains behind the cold front Tuesday and Tuesday night. Area temperatures will briefly return to above average across the region today, as highs warm into the 80s to low 90s across the eastern plains and 60s to near 80 over the high country. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Broad high pressure in the upper air will remain anchored over the southern plains states Monday, keeping southwest flow aloft streaming into Colorado and bringing monsoon moisture into the state. scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected over the mountains, with isolated activity around the lower elevations in the afternoon and evening. Another day of warm temperatures is also on tap...with highs near to a little above average...as temperatures reach the 60s and 70s in the mountains...the 70s over the southern valleys...and the 80s across the eastern plains. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A west to southwest wind flow aloft will continue to spread across the region, as an upper level ridge of high pressure builds over southwest Texas. This will help monsoon moisture to continue spreading into the state from the south and as a series of weak upper level disturbance moving through this flow pass over Colorado, isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms will continue to develop over the mountain areas today. The chances for precipitation will gradually spread across the remainder of the state Monday into Tuesday night, as an additional surge in tropical moisture works into Colorado from the southwest and an area of low pressure pushes into the state from the northwest, dragging a cold front through the region Tuesday afternoon. Area temperatures will continue a gradual warming trend into Monday, with highs returning to near or slightly above average. Cooler weather will then return behind the cold front through mid week. Highs today will top out ! in the 80s across the eastern plains and 60s and 70s across the high country. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A series of weak upper level disturbances, will ripple across the state over the next several days, while monsoon moisture spreads into Colorado from the south. Isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected over the high country Sunday. Area temperatures will begin a gradual warming trend with highs returning to around average Sunday. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A series of weak upper level disturbances, will ripple across the state over the next several days, while monsoon moisture spreads into Colorado from the south. Isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected over the high country Sunday. Area temperatures will begin a gradual warming trend with highs returning to around average Sunday. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Drier weather will spread over the eastern plains into the weekend, with periods of cloudiness expected. Across the high country, isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms will be possible, as the next in a series of weak upper level disturbances pushes across the region. A warming trend then expected into the weekend. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A limited supply of monsoon moisture will continue to spread across eastern Colorado through the upcoming weekend, while a series of weak upper level disturbances push over the state. The strongest disturbance was currently moving over Colorado, and was expected to exit the state this afternoon. This will bring a chance for rain to much of the region today, with thunderstorms developing this afternoon. The best chances for precipitation today will be over the far southeast plains. The chances for precipitation will gradually diminish through the afternoon hours as the disturbances moves out of the state. Drier weather should then spread over the eastern plains as we move into the weekend, with mainly just periods of cloudiness expected. Across the high country, isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms will still be possible, as the next in a series of weak upper level disturbances pushes across the region. Area temperatures will be noticeably cooler across ! the state today, with a warming trend then expected into the weekend. Highs today will only warm into the 50s and 60s across most locations, with some areas across the San Luis Valley reaching the low 70s. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)