Monday night, the lows will be in the low 50s. We rebound to the lower 70's by mid-week. The cold front on Tuesday looks to bring a quick shot of snow to the Continental Divide, but right now it does not appear likely that we'll receive significant precipitation over eastern Colorado.
Here's the Deal: The northerly winds will calm down as high pressure moves over the Big Country.
The forecast will remain dry for the first half of the upcoming week. There's a chance of a shower possible at night when lows will be in the 40s. There is a 90% chance for showers and storms today.More news: Russian Federation accuses Boris Johnson of 'distorting' OPCW findings on Skripals
Please have a way to receive severe weather alerts this afternoon. We'll keep an eye on things.
The risk of severe weather is lower for Sunday, although there is a small risk as instability increases in the afternoon in east central Georgia. Our WDAM First Alert Weather app can tell you if a storm near you has hail, strong winds or rotation.
By evening, scattered rain and gusty storms will spread over more of north Georgia.More news: Gay Rights Lawyer Immolates Self in Ecology Protest
Sunrise: 7:36 a.m.
All this activity will continue moving east, so be prepared to seek shelter as strong storms move in.
A chilly start for Tuesday as skies clear out, temperatures will drop into the upper 30s making a frost a possibility. The most vulnerable areas will be prone to getting wet.More news: CWG 2018: Neeraj Chopra becomes first Indian to win in Javelin Throw
It will be VERY breezy; winds of 15-25 miles per hour with higher gusts will be capable of knocking down weakened tree limbs. On Saturday, highs will be in the upper 70s but by Sunday, highs will only be around 60. Northwesterly wind in the morning will shift to the southwest in the afternoon 5-10 miles per hour. Sunday will be breezy with a gradually clearing sky.