Good Sunday, folks. It’s another pretty awesome weather day as gorgeous Labor Day Weekend rolls on. As we look into the week ahead, we find two different storylines. The first half of the week is mainly nice and warm, but the second half of the week features a big fall storm system moving in. This will bring an increase in rain and storms and a massive drop in thermometers.
Let’s get this party started with your Sunday outlook. We start the day deep into the 50s, with an upper 40 possible, and we end it with sun and low 80s for many.
There’s a weak front making a run at the region from the northwest later Monday. This has a shot at bringing a shower or storm to the north, but most miss out.
As all this is going on, some of the wildest weather you will ever see or hear about is going on across the Rockies, especially around the Denver area. Denver hit 101 on Saturday, making it the hottest September day on record there. They will be near 100 again today and may not be too far away on Monday. By Monday evening, a cold front is dropping in with an area of low pressure and this has wintertime coming with it. By Tuesday morning, temps will reach freezing or a little below and stay there as a snowstorm rages. Check out the areas forecast to get snow out of this…
That’s insane to see this early in the season. Snow into the Texas Panhandle and western Kansas?? I will have some interesting stats on early season Denver snow coming later today or tonight.
This snow and cold is courtesy of the mega trough diving into the Rockies and plains. This becomes cutoff then slowly works our way by the end of the week and weekend…
Once again, the timing on all this is far from being set in stone, so stay tuned for further changes. 🙂
I will update things later today. Have a good one and take care.