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Weather Alert Day; Early evening storms, more showers Saturday

Posted: 11:09 AM, May 18, 2018
Updated: 2018-05-18 13:09:39-04

Today’s Forecast:

Weather Alert Day Friday
Some fairly hefty storms…first beginning over the I-25 corridor…growing into the Colorado Plains…will depart this evening. These storms will bring briefly heavy rains, vivid/dangerous lightning, and some hail. The hail will be bigger in counties east. Storms leave us with low clouds and fog patches. Saturday looks pretty cloudy, with occasional showers. Skies should begin to clear up at night…but enough moisture in the air itself, could easily pop as a midday shower Sunday too.

Temps will be unseasonably cool over the weekend, but will warm rapidly early next week above seasonal "norms".

COLORADO SPRINGS: Low – 48, High – 58. Storms end early this evening. Patchy clouds/fog. Mostly cloudy Saturday, few midday showers.

PUEBLO: Low – 52, High – 68. Any storms end early, partly cloudy. Partly sunny with a brief midday sprinkle.

CANON CITY: Low – 53, High – 66. Any storms end early, partly cloudy. Partly sunny with a brief midday sprinkle.

WOODLAND PARK: Low – 38, High – 48. Storms end early this evening. Patchy clouds/fog. Mainly cloudy with a few showers Saturday.

TRI-LAKES: Low – 42, High – 52. Storms end early this evening. Patchy clouds/fog. Mostly cloudy Saturday, few midday showers.

PLAINS: Low – 54, High – 68. Storms end before midnight, partly cloudy with patchy fog. Partly sunny, a few afternoon showers.

WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: Low – 48, High – 72. Storms end early, partly cloudy. Partly sunny with a brief afternoon sprinkles.


WEEKEND OUTLOOK: Fairly numerous scattered showers Saturday afternoon, dying out by sunset. Still a brief midday shower Sunday. Both weekend days, cool.


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