Posted: Jun 12, 2012 7:10 AM by Craig Eliot
TODAY: Lovely sunshine and mild temps to begin the day. Later this afternoon there will be showers and thunderstorms firing-up again. Storms are most likely for areas just east of Pueblo and from Trinidad out to the Kansas border. There will likely be a few strong to severe storms in these areas of southern and southeastern Colorado later today and this evening. It is less likely for we'll see many storms for areas north of Monument to Denver and northern Colorado. Temps this afternoon should be about 5-6 degrees warmer than yesterday...with even warmer weather the rest of the week.
TONIGHT: Clearing skies and cooling-off nicely again.
WEDNESDAY: Warm and mostly dry weather expected. Temps tomorrow will make it into the mid 80's in Colorado Springs and lower 90's in Pueblo. Chances for storms tomorrow will be best over the higher elevations west of I-25 and for far southern and southeastern Colorado.
THURSDAY-SATURDAY: Temps staying well above average each day and skies should be mostly dry. Late Saturday evening we'll see a slight chance of storms return to the higher elevations.
SUNDAY: Still unseasonably warm, but as a disturbance passes through the state we'll at least see a little bit better chance for showers and thunderstorms. 20% chance around the Rampart Range/Teller County as well as for El Paso County. Most of southern Colorado, including Pueblo, will have only about a 10% chance of storms.
MONDAY: Mostly sunny to partly cloudy warm and dry again to begin next week as we get closer to the official start of summer next Wednesday.