Hello Weather Watchers- we wanted to get the most up to date model run- before we provided you with our thoughts.

The NAM Model is much wetter than the GFS and EURO so it is definitely the outlier….

The GFS and EURO seem to have the handle on the timing of the front as it moves through Wednesday night- for the Central and Eastern areas Thursday’s High temps will likely be the temperatures at Midnight Wednesday night. Temperatures will fall into the 20s for most areas of the State by late morning/mid-afternoon.

Let’s take a look at the system.

Wednesday is gonna be like a Spring Day… Warm and Windy as this STRONG surface Low develops on the Eastern Plains of CO

Highs in the 50s East to 60s Central and West:

As this Storm begins to intensify it starts to pull moisture North.

The precipitation depiction shows showers developing ahead of the Low as it moves East out into Kansas.

A COLD FRONT WILL BE RUSHING IN FROM THE NORTHWEST – TEMPS AT MIDNIGHT will be THURSDAYS HIGHS AS TEMPS WILL BE FALLING THROUGHOUT THE DAY.

As usual….NOT MUCH MOISTURE….

After this system moves through it gets VERY COLD for the weekend….

SUNDAY–The GFS is showing a Clipper type system with a glancing blow of COLD Air moving in for Monday before a warm-up.

Here is what models are hinting at- CONFIDENCE IS LOW…..

The SUNDAY/MONDAY System is a LOW CONFIDENCE SYSTEM – a couple models show it developing – just not excited about it…

Questions – please ask!