COLORADO, USA — FORECAST BY METEOROLOGIST: KATHY SABINE
OVERNIGHT AT A GLANCE: Temperatures were mild but below average Monday in the lower 60s with the potential for smoke and haze as north winds increase.
Freeze and frost advisories are posted for some parts of the state tonight as temps drop into the 20s.
The jet stream pattern will keep Colorado's weather quiet for the next week, as temperatures warm into the 70s and lower 80s. A large ridge of high pressure will dominate the west, keeping Colorado very dry, while low pressure will make the eastern half of the country more active.
Fire danger may increase due to the dry weather forecast. However, there are currently no Red Flag Warnings or Fire Weather Watches in effect.
Tuesday will be breezy and much warmer as temperatures warm up close to 80.
TUESDAY: Mostly sunny, dry and warmer. Morning lows from 38 to 43, afternoon highs from 75 to 80.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny, calm and cooler. Morning lows from 43 to 48, afternoon highs from 75 to 80.
THURSDAY: Mostly sunny, cool and dry. Morning lows from 38 to 43, afternoon highs from 65 to 70.
FRIDAY: Mostly sunny, mild and dry. Morning lows from 40 to 45, afternoon highs from 72 to 78.
SATURDAY: Mostly sunny, warmer and dry. Morning lows from 42 to 47, afternoon highs from 72 to 78.
SUNDAY: Mostly sunny, mild and dry. Morning lows from 41 to 46, afternoon highs from 71 to 76.
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