Weather Alert Day: Strong to severe storms and flooding potential

Posted at 11:12 AM, Jul 23, 2018
and last updated 2018-07-23 13:12:39-04

Tonight’s Forecast:Showers and storms continue into the evening and early overnight hours. These have the potential to be strong to severe with strong winds, large hail, and heavy rain. Heavy rain could lead to flooding concerns, especially for urban areas and burn scars. A Severe Thunderstorm WATCH will be in effect for most areas until 9 pm. A Flash Flood WATCH will be in effect for our entire area until midnight. Skies eventually improve overnight with lows in the 50’s and 60’s.COLORADO SPRINGS: Low – 57, High – 82. Areas of showers and storms this evening and early tonight. Another round of PM storm chances tomorrow. PUEBLO: Low – 63, High – 88. Chance for showers and storms continues into the first part of tonight. A few more shower/storm Tuesday.CANON CITY: Low – 62, High – 86. A few showers and storms through the first part of tonight. Another chance for PM showers and storms on Tuesday.WOODLAND PARK: Low – 50, High – 76. A few showers/storms into the early overnight. Another chance for pm showers/storms tomorrow. TRI-LAKES: Low – 50’s, High – 70’s. A few showers/storms linger into tonight. Another chance for some activity tomorrow afternoon. PLAINS: Low – 60’s, High – 80’s. Showers and storms through the evening and overnight. A little drier on Tuesday. WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: Low – 60’s, High – 80’s. A few showers and storms this evening. Another chance for a few on Tuesday. REST OF THE WEEK: Moisture chances remain abundant nearly every day for the rest of the week. Showers/storms will develop over the higher elevations and try to push east through the second half of each day. Temperatures will be mainly in the 80’s to low 90’s through the weekend. Thursday’s temperatures take a brief step back into the 70’s and 80’s. RELATED LINKS: Drive the Doppler Colorado Temperatures 7-Day Forecast National Temperatures Weather Cameras Wind Chills Traffic Wind Speeds Closings and Delays Photos Take 5 to Prepare Storm Safe