Last night’s shower brought a mere 0.02″ of precipitation to us but we can’t look a gift horse in the mouth given how dry it has been. Some patchy AM fog may be out there to start the day. Once that burns off we will be left with mostly sunny skies. Temperatures again will climb to the mid to upper 50s.
A storm system will begin impacting Colorado late today and various watches and warnings have been posted for the high country. As this system moves to the east we will feel its effects tomorrow afternoon and into Tuesday.
Some light rain will be possible beginning Monday afternoon changing over to a rain / snow mix as the sun goes down and temperatures drop. Models are not entirely in agreement on the impact for the metro area but right now it looks like at most we would see an inch or so of accumulation overnight Monday and there is a chance we would see next to nothing.
See the image for today’s outlook and http://www.thorntonweather.com/forecast.php for the extended forecast.