Sunday Morning Weather: Slightly Warmer, A few PM Showers/Storms

Posted at 3:49 AM, May 20, 2018
and last updated 2018-05-20 05:49:32-04

Today’s Forecast:
Areas of low clouds and low visibility again early this morning thanks to the effects of yesterday’s cold front. Could encounter some of that low visibility or even an area of drizzle/light rain early this morning. Skies should try to improve a little bit as we go through the morning hours but another round of showers and a few storms will develop over the mountains this afternoon and try to push east. These should stay below severe limits, but heavy rain and small hail could be possible with storms that develop. Temperatures will be a touch warmer with highs in the 60’s. Any of that activity wraps up overnight with lows in the 40’s.

COLORADO SPRINGS: High – 61; Low – 43. Another cool day with a chance for a pm shower/storm.

PUEBLO: High – 68; Low – 46. Still below average with a chance for mainly pm showers/storms.

CANON CITY: High – 65; Low – 48. Chance for a pm shower/storm. Staying on the cool side.

WOODLAND PARK: High – 55; Low – 40. Below average temperatures with a pm shower possible.

TRI-LAKES: High – 50’s; Low – 40’s. Staying cool with the chance for a couple  pm showers/storms.

PLAINS: High – Near 70; Low – 50’s. Below average temperatures. A few isolated pm showers/storms.

WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: High – 68; Low – Near 50. A touch warmer with a few pm showers/storms. 

Temperatures warm quickly for the work and school week with highs back in the upper 70’s and 80’s. Wednesday and Thursday should be the warmest days with highs near 90 for our warmest areas. Still the chance for a stray shower/storm Monday or Tuesday. Looking dry overall for Wednesday and Thursday. Still some uncertainty with the long term forecast with model differences. For now, looking slightly cooler with the chance for storms returning into next weekend. 


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