We’ll see more cloud cover this evening and the chance for some widely scattered shower activity.  A few of those showers will persist overnight and elevations above 9500 feet will see some light snow.  Lows will be mild for this time of the year, falling only into the upper 40s.

A shower will be possible on the eastern plains tomorrow morning with mainly dry conditions elsewhere.  During the afternoon a shower or storm is possible over the mountains/foothills.  There is a small chance one of those could reach I-25 late in the day.  Highs will be 10 degrees cooler than today, reaching the upper 60s.

High pressure quickly reestablishes itself along the Front Range on Thursday resulting in dry weather and sunshine.   High temps will push well into the 70s and we’ll still be in the 60s for kickoff of the Broncos game at 6:25 p.m.   Record high temps are within reach for the end of the week.

Meteorologist Chris Tomer has the complete Pinpoint Weather Forecast tomorrow morning on Daybreak from 5 until 9 a.m.

Have a fantastic night!

Meteorologist Laura Velasquez