After an active Tuesday, quiet weather will slowly build in overnight. Wednesday will feature more sun than clouds with slightly below average highs in the mid 30s for most.
Temps will kick up a bit Thursday (upper 30s to mid 40s) as wind arrives - potentially on the stronger side for the Rocky Mountain Front. A High Wind Watch has been posted from Wednesday evening through Thursday evening for folks along the Rocky Mountain Front. Gusty winds will cause difficult driving conditions, especially for high profile vehicles. Expect mostly cloudy skies otherwise.
Some light snow could work its way in for Friday and the first half of Saturday with mostly cloudy skies and highs in the upper 20s to low 30s.
Drier and warmer conditions look likely Sunday into Tuesday with more sun than clouds and highs around average.