After nights of stinging below freezing lows, we will have one more night of lows in the 20s tonight as the cold air in place is able to cool effectively thanks to clear skies and dry air. We will warm tomorrow to the low 60s, back to where we should be for this time of year. We remain in the 60s in fact for the next 7 days.
Overnight lows after tonight also will return above freezing.
We are watching an interesting set up for next week. First, on Monday, a weak area of low pressure will pass over head, and may have just enough lift to create a few showers, but nothing more than some isolated rain drops are expected. Starting Wednesday, a stronger system will be developing in the Four Corners region, and the energy with this system will begin heading east. At this point, it is tough to say exactly what will happen late next week, as it appears most of the upper level energy will stay to our north and west, but there should be enough lift present to cause some showers and perhaps even a storm. Plus, we will have plenty of heat and moisture as highs should push 70 by the end of next week.
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