A cold front brushed by the area last night. This front brings in moisture/instability that could produce isolated thunderstorms over the high elevations today and tomorrow afternoon. The risk of thunderstorms doesn't sound that great, about 30%, but if a thunderstorm should develop, expect brief periods of heavy rain, lightning, and erratic winds.
Daytime highs above 10,000 ft will reach 50 F with a 30% chance of rain and snow. Southwest winds will be light, 5-10 mph. Around thunderstorms, strong gusty winds up to 45 mph are possible. Mid-elevations reach the mid 50's to 60 F with nights in the 40's.
A fast moving, cold storm will impact the area Monday night into Tuesday next week. Temperatures will drop some 20 degrees from Monday to Tuesday. Several inches of snowfall is possible above 7000 feet.