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Thursday Evening Forecast; The Best is yet to Come!

Posted: 12:01 PM, Apr 26, 2018
Updated: 2018-04-26 14:01:34-04

Today’s Forecast:
A broad ridge of high pressure over the inter-mountain aided by the jet stream lifting further north will help promote warm weather for the next several days, through Monday. Since it is circulating dry air, the air will heat up quick in the daylight…and cool off fast in the night times. Winds will be busy in the afternoons, quieting down by sunsets. As for any chance of rain, there is a small chance for extreme SE Colorado for Saturday afternoon, but that’s really it. Tuesday afternoon or Wednesday, maybe a splash-n-dash shower, but it’s not looking impressive.

COLORADO SPRINGS: Low – 35, High – 70. Clear tonight with a light north wind. Sunny side up, Friday, with light wind and warmer temps.

PUEBLO: Low – 36, High – 76. Clear tonight, light north wind. Sun day for Friday, with light wind and warmer temps.

CANON CITY: Low – 36, High – 75. Clear tonight with a light north wind. Sunny, light wind and warmer for Friday.

WOODLAND PARK: Low – 30, High – 62. Clear tonight with a light north wind. Sunny Friday, light wind and warmer temps.

TRI-LAKES: Low – 33, High – 67. Clear tonight with a light north wind. Sunny side up, Friday, with light wind and warmer temps.

PLAINS: Low – 35, High – 77. Clear tonight with a light north wind. TGIF Friday? Sun-splashed, with light wind and warmer temps.

WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: Low – 37, High – 75. Clear tonight with a light north wind. Friday, deep blue skies, light wind and warmer temps.


WEEKEND OUTLOOK: Mostly to partly sunny both weekend days. Winds will escalate in the afternoons, probably between 20-30 mph. But it will be warm…in the 70s both weekend days. The only chance of rain worth mentioning, would be SE Colorado, Saturday afternoon…maybe. So, Baca, Bent, Prowers Counties.


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