Winds will remain gusty for the next few days as the upper level ridge begins to flatten. Red Flag Warnings will remain in effect until tomorrow night and a freeze watch will be in place for Wednesday morning. Clear skies throughout the Western Slope will allow our lows to cool off to closer to average temperatures after the record breaking highs we saw today. Tomorrow will be similar to today with above average but not quite record breaking temperatures in the 90s and upper 80s. Sunny skies will Make a return tomorrow as well. Next big chance for some rain and cool conditions will be on Tuesday. A low pressure system will be making its way down with a cold front. This cold front will certainly make and impact on our temperatures. Most of the rain will be centered along the divide and front range, but we will still see some on Tuesday. We may even see some snow on the mountain tops on Wednesday morning.
Lows this Wednesday morning will be cold in the 30s for the lower valley and freezing at the higher elevations, and some potential record lows scattered about. We will slowly warm up to average temperatures by next weekend but expect cool conditions and below average temperatures next week.