Tonight’s Forecast: Isolated thunderstorms this evening will continue moving southeast and dissipate as late as midnight. These storms have a history of producing short lived heavy rain and frequent lightning. Temperatures tonight will be mild and they sky will clear. Wednesday brings warm again to the 80s and 90s for many. Numerous mountain showers and thunderstorms are likely. We are watching a cold front that may produce more thunderstorms for lower elevations and into the Plains.
COLORADO SPRINGS: Low - 62; High - 91. Expect to warm quickly, with low 90s possible by lunch time. Then by 2 pm and into the evening watch for thunderstorms with heavy rain and lightning.
PUEBLO:Low - 65; High - 98. Tomorrow will be quite warm, to the upper 90s. Thunderstorms are likely after 2 pm and may last through sunset. Heavy rain and lightning will be the main hazards.
CANON CITY: Low - 65; High - 95. Showers and thunderstorms are likely by lunch time, giving relief from the heat. But, flash flooding is possible in these storms as well as lightning.
WOODLAND PARK: Low - 54; High - 81. Off and on showers and thunderstorms are likely tomorrow by late morning. It will be a quick warm up until then though, with clouds and rain cooling the air in the afternoon.
TRI-LAKES: Low - 50s; High - 80s. Tomorrow morning will be warm in the upper 50s with clear conditions. Temperatures will quickly rise to the mid 80s. Thunderstorm chances increase after lunch time and are possible through the evening.
PLAINS: Low - 60s; High - 90s/100s. Hot tomorrow to the upper 90s and low 100s before thunderstorms pop up in the afternoon. Scattered storms may develop in the Plains in the early afternoon, then mountain storms will move east into the Plains for another round in the evening.
WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: Low - 60s; High - 90s. Mild start tomorrow, and quite warm tomorrow. Walsenburg will heat to the low 90s and Trinidad to the upper 90s. Relief comes in the afternoon with scattered thunderstorms likely. Flash flooding is possible.
Extended Outlook: Better monsoon flow increases moisture in Colorado through the end of this week and continuing this weekend. Thursday and Friday we will see more scattered afternoon rain and thunderstorms. Temperatures will cool to near average.