With the passage of today’s dry line, storms all end (or exit Colorado) before or by sunset and skies become clear…with one exception. Overnight, some fog could form along the Arkansas. Saturday will be bright, statewide, before a little, compact, circular low pressure system, moves across the State. There is good energy with this cyclone, especially for June, but there is going to be very limited moisture. That makes it a little more difficult to forecast, and less likely to generate showers for Pueblo and further south. In any event, Sunday will definitely be cooler (and breezy), and Monday won’t be too shabby.
As we go forward in time, temperatures are going to ramp up big-time. Tuesday through Friday, we’ll be roasting…in the 90s and over 100, each day.
COLORADO SPRINGS: Low – 53, High – 85. Becoming clear and calm tonight. Sunny, warm/hot Saturday.
PUEBLO: Low – 56, High – 94. Clear and calm tonight. Sunny, hot Saturday.
CANON CITY: Low – 55, High – 90. Clear and calm tonight. Sunny, hot Saturday.
WOODLAND PARK: Low – 46, High – 78. Early clouds, becoming clear and calm tonight. Sunny, warm Saturday.
TRI-LAKES: Low – 48, High – 83. Early clouds, becoming clear and calm tonight. Sunny, warm Saturday.
PLAINS: Low – 60, High – 95. Clear and calm tonight. Sunny, hot Saturday.
WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: Low – 59, High – 89. Clear and calm tonight. Sunny, hot Saturday.
WEEKEND OUTLOOK: Saturday is the dry, warm/hot day. Sunday is the storm risk day, particularly north of Pueblo. Also, another heat wave for next week.
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