21 December, 2017
The rest of the day will be dry but cloudy. Highs in the low 50s Saturday. The wind will come from the southwest at 10-15 miles per hour.
Today: Temperatures will remain above-average today, reaching the 40s and 50s across southern Colorado.
Wednesday will be mostly cloudy rain showers likely. Highs top out close to 50 degrees under mostly sunny skies.
Late Tuesday night into Wednesday, more widespread, sometimes heavy rain builds into the southeast, and brings cooler temperatures. Tonight will be partly cloudy and colder with lows dropping into the lower 30s. It's the warmest day we've seen since December 6th, nearly two weeks ago, but unfortunately it's not going to last.
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Last-minute shoppers may want to get those stocking stuffers before Saturday or plan to bundle up as the high is expected to top out at 6 degrees.
Clouds will increase and thicken on Friday as the atmosphere moistens as winds shift from the southeast.
While the holiday weekend looks somewhat stormy, the rest of this week looks largely quiet and dry.
Wednesday holds the highest rain chance this week as a front is expected to push past the region during the day. Most of us will not make it out of the 40s for Thursday but we will only have a 10% chance of rain. So far the Brainerd lakes area, along with much of the state, is expecting 1-2 inches of snow.
We are still watching the models closely for the weekend and into Christmas. We will keep snow shower chances in place Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, but accumulation chances are still sketchy at this point. Outside of that, the rest of Christmas Day is shaping up to be a mostly cloudy day with morning temperatures in the upper 20s and afternoon readings in the upper 30s. This cold front is set to bring some of the coldest air of the season, just in time for Christmas.