Tonight: Showers and thunderstorms will intensify through the early hours of the morning before starting to taper off around 5 a.m. Snow levels will drop to 9000 ft overnight, so winter weather advisories are in effect stretching from the San Juans northeast through Denver. Temperatures in the valleys will remain close to normal because of cloud cover. Lows will be in the mid to high 40s.
Tomorrow: Rain chances go up as we head into the afternoon. By noon, scattered showers will have started to pop up across Colorado with the associated low pressure. Temperatures will be similar to today with highs in the low 70s and high 60s.
Extended: A series of disturbances will affect our area through the weekend. The first low pressure has already started to bring afternoon showers today that will continue through tomorrow night. We'll see a short break Saturday morning before the second low pressure moves in bringing more intense and widespread rainfall. These active conditions will continue on and off as we head into the week, so it looks to be a wet Memorial Day Weekend.
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