DENVER (CBS4) – A welcome cold front brought moisture back to northern Colorado on Saturday morning. A crazy mix of snow, rain and freezing drizzle developed with a mixture of warm and cold moist air over the region.
Behind this fast moving cold front skies will clear as the day goes on Saturday along with slightly cooler temperatures. Then as we turn our attention to Sunday , a ridge of high pressure and a fast moving jet stream return strong gusty winds to the state. This will bring back the threat of fire danger back into play.
There is a Red Flag Warning posted for Sunday afternoon from Denver down into southeastern Colorado. Winds may gust to 50 mph with humidity levels dropping down from 10 to 15 %.
Don’t forget to set your clocks forward tonight. Daylight Saving Time begins at 2am Sunday morning.
Next week will continue the warm and breezy pattern with another boost in the strong winds on Wednesday into Thursday.