What are you doing here reading about the weather, instead of enjoying it outside?! It is warm to almost hot, but not too bad. Really clear blue skies returned. Winds are mild. It is really nice! (But I grew up in Phoenix… so this is typical Halloween to Thanksgiving Day weather to me.)
Briefly, Figure 1 shows the very dry air over northern Colorado (reds and oranges). The upper level high has become quite stout (the big blue H in Figure 2). You can catch a glimpse of the merged tropical systems way down in the southwest corner of the image. That moisture might return next week with the next approaching (stronger) upper level trough.
Smoke is thick off to the west and north of our state. It is currently very light over Colorado. I don’t see it returning for a few days (Figure 3) at least.
The longer range forecast:
There will be a tiny bit of moisture and a minor upper level short wave on Sunday that gives us a small chance of an afternoon storm (Figure 4) – but I wouldn’t place bets on it. We hover around 90° F each day until that next upper level (stronger) trough approaches on Tuesday. We only drop to lower 80’s F for a high and have a small increase in storm chances after that. It is just quiet!