Mild and dry weather for the rest of this week/weekend.
Mild, for context, will be seasonal high temperatures in the afternoons with middle sixty degree readings. Along with dry conditions and a light wind, this makes for ideal autumn/late October days. There will be clouds moving through the region for the next twenty four hours courtesy of upper level moisture transport from the west coast. The only impact will be a “dirty ridge of high pressure”. A partly to mostly clear sky is expected for Friday and the start of Saturday. Mountain zones should get light snow Saturday and Sunday from weak northerly systems moving through. Wind should be increasing toward the end of this weekend as well. A more direct storm track is possible for the middle of next week and many Colorado locations should be forecasting valley rain and mountains snow along with colder temperatures.