DENVER (CBS4) – In the wake of our first Fall cool down we are looking ahead to a warming and drying trend. The big low that produced measurable rain and snow across many locations of Colorado is way up in the northern Rockies and Great Plains. But, this system is so large it will send one little parting shot of light mountain snow and rain into our region Saturday night. Along with that windy conditions will still be jostling the eastern plains through Saturday night as well.
Sunday will be much calmer and much drier. With statewide sunshine temperatures will still be on the cool side. But, things will remain high and dry all day across the state. The warming trend will begin in earnest on Monday with 70s and 80s returning in the week ahead. The next chance for moisture will be on Thursday with slighty cooler temperatures and a chance for isolated afternoon showers and storms in Denver.