DENVER (KDVR) – As we exit Saturday’s weak cold front, now the region is set to have a cool Sunday with clouds clearing out to the southern part of our state.

Weather today: Cool with clouds clearing

After a chilly and cloudy start, clouds will gradually clear giving way to sunshine and a cool afternoon.

Weather tonight: Freeze warning for plains

A freeze warning will be in effect starting midnight through 9 a.m. Monday due to subfreezing temperatures expected for most of the northeast plains, parts of the Interstate 25 corridor and the Palmer Divide.

It would be a solid idea to protect sensitive vegetation since this freeze may be overtly harmful to their chances of making it through the rest of the fall.

Weather tomorrow: Sunshine and 60s

An area of high pressure will build across Colorado for much of next week.

That will bring mainly sunny skies each day, light wind and temperatures warming through the 60s early in the week to the low 70s for the remainder of the week.

Looking ahead: Next system possibly Sunday

There is the possibility of a storm coming across Colorado next Sunday with a return chance for snow in the mountains and rain on the plains.