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Thursday Evening Weather; Roasty Toasty Temps Ahead

Posted: 11:48 AM, May 24, 2018
Updated: 2018-05-24 13:48:09-04

Tonight’s Forecast:
With the lack of either a high or low pressure system close by, and even with a jet stream level storm over Nevada, Utah and Idaho…that one is dissipating. It’s winds are weak, but do draw a little moisture from the south of Colorado, and so, we are getting these individual storms popping in eastern Colorado in the afternoons…when the heat maxes out. The pattern will continue this way, and temperatures will climb more each day, so that 90F or higher…will become widespread in southeastern Colorado Friday through Sunday.

As for rain chances, they are low, and are really confined to Kit Carson, Cheyenne, Kiowa, Bent, Prowers, and Baca Counties for this evening, Friday afternoon. Those chances back up a little…possibly in to the I-25 corridor, for both weekend days.

COLORADO SPRINGS: Low – 54, High – 88. Becoming mainly clear tonight with a light south wind. Mostly sunny & hot Friday.

PUEBLO: Low – 55, High – 93. Mainly clear tonight with a light south wind. Mostly sunny & hot Friday.

CANON CITY: Low – 54, High – 90. Mainly clear tonight with a light south wind. Mostly sunny & hot Friday.

WOODLAND PARK: Low – 48, High – 72. Becoming mainly clear tonight with a light south wind. Mostly sunny & hot Friday.

TRI-LAKES: Low – 52, High – 82. Mainly clear tonight with a light south wind. Mostly sunny & hot Friday.

PLAINS: Low – 59, High – 93. Early storm possible, then mainly clear tonight with a light south wind. Mostly sunny & hot Friday. Chance for a later storm.

WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: Low – 58, High – 88. Mainly clear tonight with a light south wind. Mostly sunny & hot Friday.


HOLIDAY WEEKEND OUTLOOK: Mostly sunny & hot days, with a reasonable chance for a PM thundershower, Saturday & Sunday & Monday.


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