Time for a swing to the High Plains to see what, exactly, we can expect in Pueblo.
At 253PM, MT, Pueblo was reporting a temperature of 61 degrees with clear skies. A trough was developing in the lee of the Rockies, but the inflow had already developed as far to the east as the Mississippi Valley, with a broad dry slot indicative of a mature cyclone already set up over the High Plains.
A broad but low amplitude trough over the Pacific Northwest is responsible for the development in the Canadian Prairies and inducing the lee troughing over eastern Colorado. It will continue to progress to the east, with some mountain snows continuing in the Colorado Rockies through tomorrow. The wave will move into the Plains by Tuesday morning, with the mountain snow ending west of Pueblo, and warmer air beginning with a stiff westerly downslope.
Tomorrow – Mostly cloudy, High 62, Low 25
Tuesday – Mostly sunny, High 48, Low 23
TWC: Tomorrow – Sunny skies, High 58, Low 28
Tuesday – Mainly sunny. High 49, Low 23
AW: Tomorrow – Plenty of sunshine; breezy High 58, Low 28
Tuesday – Mostly sunny High 48, Low 23
NWS: Tomorrow – Sunny High 57, Low 27
Tuesday – Sunny High 48, Low 22
WB: Tomorrow – Sunny High 54, Low 31
Tuesday – Sunny High 45, Low 27
WN: Tomorrow – Sunny High 61, Low 26
Tuesday – Mostly sunny, High 50, Low 24
FIO: Tomorrow – Windy starting in the morning, continuing until evening. High 56, Low 28
Tuesday – Partly cloudy until morning. High 49, Low 25
Since the system I referenced throughout the forecast is based in Canada, so I used the Environment Canada satellite image. Pretty sweet, huh?