The threat of severe weather and storms should end quickly early tomorrow afternoon, with cloudy skies accompanied by temperatures holding mostly in the 60s, possibly clearing just in time for sunset.
DILLON: Low: 28, High: 50. Along with that chill, Sunday is going to be cloudy and damp with light rain, again possibly freezing rain or sleet to the north, falling on-and-off throughout the day although the steadiest rain will hold off until later Sunday night. For me personally, Monday looks like a great day to break out the golf clubs and warm up my wintry swing. Winds could gust as high as 33 miles per hour. Rainfall accumulation forecasts are expected to range between.25-inches to.75-inches in the heaviest downpours. That wind will be diminishing as the evening wears on, but it will remain warm the entire time.
TRI-LAKES: High - 67; Low - 33.
Beginning Friday afternoon, severe storms could develop, especially south and east of the Omaha-Council Bluffs area. Any drives north and south on Monument Hill tonight will likely get very slick as temperatures fall on wet/icy roads. In higher elevations there could be some flurries.More news: Region told to brace for "potentially historic" ice storm
PLAINS: High - 67; Low - 33.
WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: High - 67; Low - 33. New precipitation amounts between a tenth and quarter of an inch possible.
A few passing clouds Wednesday with a much weaker cold front but temperatures only drop into the upper 60s for late next week. However, there'll be more clouds developing during the day as our latest cold front approaches from the west. The winds will lighten up as Saturday rolls along and we'll see temperatures roughly 5 degrees warmer than we saw Friday.
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