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Weather Alert Day: Severe Storms Possible

Posted: 2:46 PM, May 28, 2018
Updated: 2018-05-28 16:46:27-04

Tonight’s Forecast:
Strong to severe storms will be possible for the rest of the evening. Severe Thunderstorm Watch will be in effect for some counties until 9 pm. Any storms that develop could have large hail and strong winds. Have a back up plan if you’re supposed to be outdoors this afternoon/evening. Storms end late this evening with any lingering overnight activity focused on the far eastern plains. Lows in the 40’s and 50’s.

COLORADO SPRINGS: Low – 50, High – 77. Strong to severe storms possible for the rest of the day. Drier overnight. 

PUEBLO: Low – 55, High – 85. Strong to severe storms possible for the rest of the day before they dissipate overnight. 

CANON CITY: Low – 33, High – 67. Strong storms possible through the afternoon and evening. 

WOODLAND PARK: Low – 33, High – 67. Strong to severe storms possible for the rest of the day. 

TRI-LAKES: Low – 40’s, High – Near 70. Strong to severe storms possible for the rest of today. Quiet into the overnight.

PLAINS: Low – 50’s, High – 80’s. Strong to severe storms possible for the rest of the day. Some will linger into the overnight.

WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: Low – 50’s, High – 70’s. Red Flag Warnings until 9 pm. Mainly dry for the rest of the day and overnight. Lows in the 50’s. 


REST OF THE WEEK: Highs in the 70’s and 80’s for Tuesday and Wednesday. A small chance for a stray shower/storm around the Pikes Peak region on Tuesday. Better chances for more abundant showers and storms on Wednesday. Some of those could be on the strong to severe side. Drier and hotter for the rest of the work week with high back into the 80’s and 90’s on Thursday and Friday. Stronger winds on Friday could prompt more red flag warnings. 


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