After a long stretch of hot, dry weather, we will (temporarily, at least), resolve the “hot” part. As for the “dry” part, that’s an ongoing issue. There is a weak wave moving through eastern Colorado this evening through Thursday morning, but I am doubtful for more than a few hours of on and off very light rain showers or even just sprinkles. It is possible that this system fires up in the SE corner Thursday afternoon before exiting the State. Beyond that, no rain in the forecast until next Wednesday.
Meanwhile, temperatures will be very noticeably cooler, especially Friday, in the belly of the cool air…morning, Noon and night. Temperatures modify over the weekend.
Colorado Springs: Low; 58, High: 80. Clouds and sprinkles tonight. Clouds Thursday morning, clearing up in the afternoon.
Pueblo: Low; 58, High: 88. Clouds and a few sprinkles overnight. Clouds Thursday morning, clearing up in the afternoon.
Canon City: Low; 58, High: 84. Clouds, sprinkles. Clouds Thursday early, clearing up by the afternoon.
Woodland Park: Low; 50, High: 72. Clouds and sprinkles tonight. Clouds early Thursday, becoming mostly sunny before the afternoon.
Tri-Lakes: Low; 54, High: 76. Clouds and a few sprinkles overnight. Clouds Thursday morning, clearing up in the afternoon.
The Plains: Low; 62, High: 84. Clouds, late-night sprinkles. Clouds Thursday, early sprinkles, later-day showers.
Walsenburg/Trinidad: Low; 60, High: 82. Clouds and a few light showers tonight. Mostly cloudy Thursday, early sprinkles, afternoon showers.
Extended Outlook…rain-free and warming up over the weekend through Tuesday. Next real rain chance is a serious cold front slated to arrive Wednesday, bringing promise of both colder air and rain-showers.