Weather has been mild, windy and dry lately for Southeast Colorado. Plus, we have to get through a few more windy, mild, and high fire danger days this week. While I am not overly excited for the storm that could impact us this weekend, it at least gives us something to watch. Below is the upper level pattern forecast from the EURO Model...
You can see a slow moving storm exiting the Desert Southwest from late weekend through the middle of next week. This storm track would keep Southeast Colorado on the very northwest edge of the precipitation shield. If it comes a bit farther north, then our chances would be better. A bit farther south, and we are out of it altogether. Just something we are watching for you... We'll update you again, as the situation becomes more clear.