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Weather Alert Day: Strong Winds And Red Flag Warnings Again

Posted: 5:50 AM, May 01, 2018
Updated: 2018-05-01 07:50:11-04

Today’s Forecast:
A cold front overnight cooled southern Colorado down this morning and brought lighter winds to the area. This will be very short lived as stronger winds out of the south and southwest bring back Red Flag Warnings to the southern half of our viewing area. We’ll see mostly cloudy skies, maybe a few breaks of sun off and on, through the day with temperatures still fairly warm. Colorado Springs will warm into the upper 60s and Pueblo to the upper 70s. We’ll stay dry today but we can’t rule out an isolated shower over the mountains to our west. Tonight we should stay mainly dry for much of the area but rain will be on the way for the morning from the west so those of you who live west of I-25, you could see the moisture first early Wednesday morning.

COLORADO SPRINGS: High – 67; Low – 33. Cloudy, windy and warm today. Breezy and dry tonight.

PUEBLO: High – 67; Low – 33. Cloudy, warm and very windy with Red Flag Warnings till 8pm tonight. Winds lighten up this evening after 8pm.

CANON CITY: High – 67; Low – 33. Cloudy, breezy and warm today. Breezy and dry tonight.

WOODLAND PARK: High – 67; Low – 33. Cloudy, windy and mild today. Mainly dry most of tonight but early morning showers, even a brief snow is likely.

TRI-LAKES: High – 67; Low – 33. Cloudy, breezy and mild today. Breezy and dry tonight.

PLAINS: High – 67; Low – 33. Cloudy, very warm and windy with Red Flag Warnings along and mainly south of highway 50 that expire at 8pm tonight.

WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: High – 67; Low – 33. Cloudy, windy and warm today. Breezy and dry tonight.


WEEKEND OUTLOOK OR NEXT WEATHER MAKER
Moisture moves in from the west late tonight over the San Juans with snow above 10,000 likely through Wednesday morning. Rain moves in Wednesday morning along and east of the Front Range with a few areas in the Front Range early Wednesday morning also possibly seeing a touch of light snow. Scattered storms will return Wednesday afternoon with more rain and a better chance for light snow at elevations over 6500 feet Thursday evening.


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