It's probably a great idea. The DOW reports are good, and from what I understand the crappy weather will not go that far south (although I could be wrong). Pope, we need a weather forecast for Southern Colo.--where are you?!
Sorry pescado loco,
I am recovering from major knee surgery, form a fishing accident. This is the first day in over a week I have had enough strength to get to the computer. I will look in to the weather and get back to you.
Well I would guess that the weather down south will not be great. The artic cold front which stretches from Washington to the panhandle will keep things cool for the entire state. The cold front is Stationary and does not want to go anywhere. Without any high pressure systems converging on the cold, it will remain cool for the entire Front Range and northern mountains. There are two Pacific Low pressure systems stacked on top of each other. The second front is heading for the south region. I would say showers all weekend long, off and on, but the problem, much cooler temperatures.(low DEW point = chance for snow) not likely but possible! I hope this helps...Good luck