DENVER - An upper-level low pressure system is going to impact Colorado through the weekend, allowing for continued moisture chances for the next few days.
For Saturday we will start off dry, but an upper level storm system will swirl into Colorado from the west for the weekend. The weather will become more unstable and stormy both Saturday afternoon and Sunday with showers and thunderstorms likely for Denver and the eastern plains, with a mix of rain and snow in the mountains.
Temperatures will cool a bit over the weekend, with highs in the 50s and 60s for lower elevations and upper 30s to mid 40s in the mountains.
By Monday, the upper level system will begin to ease off to the east of Colorado. The rain and snow chances will decrease throughout the day and skies will begin to clear.
Tuesday and Wednesday of next week should be warmer and drier over most of the central Rockies!