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High temperatures will be 10 to 20 degrees warmer across most of the area Friday afternoon as weak high pressure builds in from the west. Winds will be light and no precipitation is expected. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Snow showers will come to an end from north to south across southeastern Colorado this afternoon. The wet mountains and southeastern plains will be the last places to snow will end later this afternoon. High temperatures will be 10 to 20 degrees warmer across most of the area Friday afternoon as weak high pressure builds in from the west. No precipitation is expected. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A spring storm will continue to produce snow through most of the region this morning, mainly in the higher elevations and along the I-25 corridor with a mix of rain and snow expected through the eastern plains. Significant snow falls are expected through the mountains and areas from Pueblo county north and west while light to moderate amounts are expected elsewhere. Afternoon temperatures will in the 30s through the mountains while temperatures into the 40s are expected through the plains. For road conditions call 511 and for up to date weather check out our website at www.crh.noaa.gov/pub (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A low pressure system will push through eastern Colorado tonight, dragging a cold front through the region this evening. Moisture will increase across southeast Colorado behind this front, with a good chance for precipitation developing over most locations by late tonight, into the early afternoon hours on Thursday. Winter weather advisories have been issued for the mountains and across northern El Paso County, so persons planning on traveling through these areas should visit our web page for the latest updates at weather.gov/pub. A mixture of rain and snow is expected across the eastern plains, with some light snow accumulations possible mainly after midnight on grassy areas, along the Interstate 25 corridor. The chances for precipitation will gradually diminish from east to west Thursday afternoon, as the low moves away from the state. Area temperatures will be noticeably colder on Thursday, with temperatures only warming into the 30s to mid 40s over most location! s. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A low pressure system will push through eastern Colorado tonight, dragging a cold front through the region this evening. Moisture will increase across southeast Colorado behind this front, with a good chance for precipitation developing over most locations by late tonight, into the early afternoon hours on Thursday. Winter weather advisories have been issued for the mountains, so persons planning on traveling through these areas should visit our web page for the latest updates at weather.gov/pub. A mixture of rain and snow is expected across the eastern plains, with some light snow accumulations possible mainly after midnight on grassy areas, along the Interstate 25 corridor and across the Palmer Divide. The chances for precipitation will gradually diminish from east to west Thursday afternoon, as the low moves away from the state. Area temperatures will be noticeably colder on Thursday, with temperatures only warming into the 30s to mid 40s over most locations. (! Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Active weather across southeastern Colorado continues today. A Red Flag Warning has been issued for the following counties today: Pueblo, Huerfano, Crowley, Otero, Las Animas, and Baca. Winter Weather Advisories have been issued for many mountain locations beginning later tonight as moderate snow fall is possible late tonight and during overnight and early Thursday morning. Expect high temperatures today to be in the upper 60's and low 70's along and east of I-25. The mountains will be in the 30's and 40's while the San Luis Valley will be in the 50's. Please visit our website for more information on the upcoming winter weather. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A strong west to southwest wind flow aloft, will continue across the state into Wednesday night. This will bring gusty winds to the mountains and portions of the eastern plains once again on Wednesday, with a high fire danger expected across portions of the southeast plains from 11 AM until 8 PM for Pueblo, Huerfano, Las Animas, Crowley, Otero and Baca Counties in southeast Colorado. Temperatures will be slightly cooler but still near to slightly above average over the area, with highs topping out in the mid 50s to near 70 across the eastern plains and 30s to low 50s over the high country. Moisture will increase over the high country with a good chance for snow developing along the Continental Divide and isolated to widely scattered rain or snow showers over the eastern mountains. Elsewhere, dry conditions will continue with a mixture of clouds and sun, along with areas of blowing dust possible once again. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A mixed bag of spring weather will develop around the region today...as southwest flow increases across the western states and Rockies. Gusty winds are expected again in most areas...while a new weather disturbance pushes into northern and Central Colorado bringing snow to the mountains and areas along and near the Continental Divide. As the winds increase across the San Luis Valley...the eastern mountains...the southern I-25 Corridor and the southeast plains...critical fire conditions will develop in the late morning then continue through the afternoon...prompting another RED FLAG WARNING for most of the region. Additional information concerning the Red Flag warning and up to date weather can be found on our web page at www.weather.gov/pueblo . (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

The windy conditions in place over the region will continue to subside across southeast Colorado although lighter gusts will still be possible until this evening. A cooler air mass will spread into Colorado tonight on the back side of the departing low pressure system, with highs returning to near seasonal averages tomorrow. Moisture will increase through the mountains tonight mainly along the Continental Divide, and persist through most of the work week. Gusty winds will return behind the exiting weather system, which combined with the dry air has prompted another RED FLAG WARNING for TUESDAY for most of the region. Additional information concerning the Red Flag warning and up to date weather can be found on our web page at www.crh.noaa.gov/pub. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

The very windy conditions in place over the region early this morning, will gradually subside across southeast Colorado through early this afternoon, though lighter gusts will still be possible until this evening. This has prompted the issuance of a Red Flag Warning for the southeast Colorado plains, from Kiowa and southern El Paso counties and areas to the south, including Fremont county from 1000 AM until 600 PM. For the latest information...please visit out web page at weather.gov/pub. A cooler airmass will spread into Colorado today on the back side of the departing low pressure system, with highs warming into the low to mid 60s across the eastern plains and 40s and 50s over the high country. Moisture will remain limited across the area today, with the chances for precipitation remaining confined to areas along the Continental Divide, mainly north of Highway 50. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

The very windy conditions in place over the region early this morning, will gradually subside across southeast Colorado through early this afternoon, though lighter gusts will still be possible until this evening. A cooler airmass will spread into Colorado today on the back side of the departing low pressure system, with highs warming into the low to mid 60s across the eastern plains and 40s and 50s over the high country. Moisture will remain limited across the area today, with the chances for precipitation remaining confined to areas along the Continental Divide, mainly north of Highway 50. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A low pressure system will push into southeast Colorado tonight, spreading gusty winds across the state. Moisture will increase across the high country with this system, with rain and snow developing. The best chance for snow is across the central and southwest mountains, where some light snow accumulations are possible. The low will move over eastern Colorado tonight, dragging the cold front through the region, with noticeably cooler, but still around average temperatures expected in most areas for Monday. Dry air will remain in place over the lower elevations, leading to a high fire danger across the eastern plains late Monday morning into the evening hours. For the latest on the fire danger, please visit our web page at weather.gov/pub. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A low pressure system will push into Colorado today, spreading gusty winds and clouds across the state. Moisture will increase across the high country with this system, with a chance for rain and snow developing. The best chance for snow is expected across the central and southwest mountains, where some light snow accumulations are possible. Dry and very warm air will remain in place over the lower elevations today, leading to a high fire danger across the eastern plains and San Luis Valley late this morning into the evening hours. For the latest on the fire danger, please visit our web page at weather.gov/pub. The low will move over eastern Colorado tonight, dragging a cold front through the region, with noticeably cooler, but still around average temperatures expected across most areas. Today's highs will warm into the 70s across the eastern plains, with 40 to low 60s expected over the high country. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A low pressure system will push into Colorado today, spreading gusty winds and clouds across the state. Moisture will increase across the high country with this system, with a chance for rain and snow developing. The best chances for snow is expected across the central and southwest mountains, where some light snow accumulations are possible. Dry and very warm air will remain in place over the lower elevations today, leading to a high fire danger across the eastern plains and San Luis Valley late this morning into the evening hours. For the latest on the fire danger, please visit our web page at weather.gov/pub. The low will move over eastern Colorado tonight, dragging a cold front through the region, with noticeably cooler, but still around average temperatures expected across most areas. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Dry conditions will continue tonight as winds decrease this evening, although some breezy conditions will continue for much of the night over the far southern portions of the Southeast Plains. Sunday will be partly to mostly cloudy as showers spread into the Central Mountains by mid afternoon. The big concern for Sunday are the winds, in addition to the low humidity creating conditions that are ripe for rapid fire spread, if it should occur. Temperatures will reach the high 70s to 80s through the Plains on Sunday while the mountains and San Luis Valley will see temperatures in the 50s and 60s. Looking ahead into the work week, an active weather pattern is likely with a chance of precipitation possible across the region by the middle of the week. The amount of precipitation that each area receives will depend on the track of the storm system so stay tuned for updates on the developing situation. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Dry and fair weather will continue across eastern Colorado today, as high pressure builds over the region. A weak upper level disturbance will push across the eastern plains this afternoon and evening. Moisture will remain limited with this disturbance, with only a few clouds and gusty winds spreading across the far eastern plains. This will help to increase the fire danger over this area, prompting the issuance of a Red Flag Warning. On Sunday, a low pressure system will push over Colorado, with gusty winds developing over much of the state. This will bring an elevated fire danger to all of the southeast plains Sunday afternoon and evening. For more information on the fire danger over the next 48 hours, please visit our web page at weather.gov/pub. Area temperatures will return to above average today, with highs warming into the 50s to low 70s over most areas. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

An area of high pressure will build over the Rockies for Saturday, bringing dry and fair weather to the region. These conditions will contribute to low humidity and gusty winds over the far Southeastern Plains and have prompted a Red Flag Warning from 1pm to 7pm on Saturday. Afternoon temperatures will be in the 70s through the Plains and 50s and 60s through the mountains and San Luis Valley. A low pressure system approaches the Rockies on Sunday with snow and strong winds developing over the high country. Gusty winds and low humidity will continue through the Plains, creating Critical Fire Danger conditions through Sunday evening. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Another weak upper level disturbance will push over Colorado today, with the disturbance exiting the state this evening. This will bring areas of clouds to the region, with a few mountain snow showers developing, with the best chances remaining over the central mountain regions. Area temperatures will be in the 30s and 40s over the mountains, with 50s and 60s expected elsewhere across the state. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Weather conditions should become a little more settled around the region Friday...as a weak area of high pressure starts to build over the Rocky Mountain states. Some lingering snow is still possible in the central mountains...but accumulations should be light with less wind in the picture. Look for partly to mostly sunny skies across the rest of the area...with temperatures in the 30s and 40s in the mountains...the 40s and 50s in the southern valleys...and the middle 50s and 60s across the eastern plains. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A stark contrast in the weather through the region today as the mountain regions battle snow, gusty winds and blowing snow under a Winter Storm Warning until 6am Friday morning, and the Plains deal with gusty winds, low humidity and blowing dust under a Red Flag Warning from 11am to 7pm tonight for Pueblo, Huerfano and Las Animas counties. Light snow showers are possible over the remainder of higher elevations while most of the region can expect partly to mostly cloudy skies. A series of weather system will continue to move through the region into Friday afternoon before giving way to a dry and sunny day on Saturday. Afternoon temperatures today will be in the 60s through the Plains and in the 40s to low 50s through the mountains this afternoon. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)