Posted: Oct 12, 2012 7:19 AM by Meteorologist Brad Sowder
Cooler, wetter weather will be the rule for the Front Range today. A few rounds of thunderstorms will be possible beginning later in the morning hours and continuing into tonight. Strong to severe thunderstorms will be possible for the Kansas / Colorado bordering counties later Friday and continuing into Friday night. Breezy weather associated with the area of low pressure moving into western Colorado today will make it feel even cooler. Snow will begin to pile up on the Continental Divide later this afternoon, and into tonight. Accumulations will range from 4 to 8 inches above the 10,000 foot level. Drier weather will move in for the Front Range Saturday and continue into Sunday.
Colorado Springs: 50% chance for thunderstorms, breezy at times, high 56
Pueblo: 40% chance for thunderstorms, breezy at times, high 61
Monument: 50% chance for storms, breezy at times, high 54
Teller County: 60% chance for storms, breezy at times, high 53