Posted: Oct 10, 2012 5:24 PM by Meteorologist Brad Sowder
Overnight lows for Thursday morning really won't be all that cool for this time of year. A light breeze overnight will mix the air up enough to only drop the plains into the the lower and middle 40s, and the mountains in the upper 30s. Thursday will be the warmest day over the next 7 with highs in the 70s to lower 80s on the plains and in the 60s in the mountains. An area of low pressure will work into western Colorado for Friday. This track of the low will put southern Colorado in the warm sector of this low, and this will bring a chance for some afternoon thunderstorms to the Front Range. Some storms generally east of the I-25 corridor on Friday could be on the strong to severe side. This storm along the Continental Divide will bring snow to elevations generally up about 9,000 ft.
Colorado Springs: Partly Cloudy, high 72
Pueblo: Partly Cloudy, high 79
Monument: Partly Cloudy, high 62
Teller County: Partly cloudy, high 63