Rain and cooler daytime highs, as promised, are on the way. The NWS has expressed some frustration in the way the models are (not) handling the little disturbances that are triggering some of the shower activity in the overnight hours as well as this morning.
Showers will be scattered once again throughout the day. Clouds will determine how widespread the showers are this afternoon. If we stay cloudy the heating will be limited so storm production will be affected. If the sun comes out for a couple of hours we could see some big storms boil up.
Later this afternoon and into the evening and perhaps the overnight hours deeper moisture is going to make its way into the area. A disturbance will work into the area on Saturday and we will have even better chances of widespread rainfall.
Sunday at the moment looks drier than Saturday, but that could change. A cold short wave trough will move through the northern portion of the State on Monday bringing with it a cold front. By Tuesday morning it could be cold enough for snow in the San Juans around 12,000 feet. Right now it looks like a shortlived event as the models are favoring bringing back the ridge mid to late next week. I will be tracking that throughout the weekend.
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