Mostly dry weather for the next week

Thursday, July 23, 2015

Dry air from the west has invaded the area leading to classic dry summertime weather with warm days and cool nights for the next week, except for possibly late Sunday and Monday. A storm crossing the northern half of the West Coast Sunday will back our winds to the southwest and allow some moisture to creep into Colorado by late in the weekend. There is some model disagreement on the northward extent of this moisture, but there is a chance for Sunday afternoon storms.

The West Coast storm will approach our area on Monday, dragging a strong, for this time of year, cold front across the region later Monday or Tuesday, as models have been trending slower with this storm. There may be showers ahead of and behind the front, but dry air quickly re-establishes itself in the post-frontal westerly flow by later Tuesday or Wednesday.

There is a fair bit of model uncertainty for next weekend as models are struggling with the evolution of northwest storms that may bring some cool air over the region and the re-establishment of the persistent monsoonal tap from the south.

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