Today will end wet as showers and a few thunderstorms push out of the mountains and into the forecast area. Showers will slide off the mountains and into the I-25 corridor through the late afternoon and evening hours, with a few rumbles of thunder and some lightning possible. Hail is not expected from any showers or storms today, but light snow in the mountains, especially around Teller county, is possible through the evening. Any snow that falls tonight would come with little to no accumulation for elevations below 10,000 feet.
Stay with the First Alert5 Weather Team as we’re looking at the possibility or nickel-sized hail Wednesday in northern El Paso County as storms ramp-up.
COLORADO SPRINGS: Low – 32; High – 51 . Cloudy skies overnight with winds out of the south-southeast below 10 mph with a slight chance of rain.
PUEBLO: Low – 35; High – 63. Cloudy overnight with winds out of the east around 10 mph with a minimal chance of rain.
CANON CITY: Low – 37; High – 62. Cloudy overnight with winds out of the north-northwest at 5 mph. Showers are possible early in the evening, tapering off before midnight.
WOODLAND PARK: Low – 29; High – 48. Cloudy overnight with south-southwest winds around 7 mph. A minimal chance of a rain/snow mix this evening.
TRI-LAKES: Low – 30; High – 51. Cloudy overnight with southerly winds around 10 mph. Very light rain into the evening hours.
PLAINS: Low – 36; High – 64. Cloudy overnight with east-southeast winds around 15 mph. Little or no precipitation this evening with opportunities for rain increasing Wednesday.
WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: Low – 34; High – 59. Cloudy overnight with west-northwest winds around 7 mph. Little or no precipitation this evening with opportunities for rain increasing Wednesday afternoon.
Widespread rain and thunderstorms are back in the forecast for Wednesday afternoon into the evening hours, with rain changing to snow in the mountains Wednesday night. Severe weather is possible on Wednesday through the eastern edge of the viewing area, mainly out in the Kansas border. While small hail, mainly pea-sized, could fall in the Pikes Peak region, it’s still unlikely with how cool we’ll be in the afternoon. Thursday and Friday look dry but thunderstorms once again return by Saturday.