Look for mostly sunny conditions and highs in the 50s through Friday, with winds around 10 miles per hour.
The major exception will be Monday night into Tuesday, when a rain-snow mix is possible from a system that will enter the area. Temperatures will struggle to get to the mid-40s, with 20-25 mph winds out of the northeast becoming north. Less than a tenth of an inch of precipitation is expected Monday night, and less than an inch of snow Tuesday.
For those planning a trip into the mountains Tuesday, check road conditions before you leave. Six to 12 inches of snow are expected in the high country, and the drive along I-25 south of Pueblo may be a bit messy.
The rest of the week will be dry with the cooler, but still unseasonably warm temperatures.