Severe weather marches into the plains; hot weather expected Tuesday

USAFA Trevor Cokley
Posted at 6:11 PM, Jul 29, 2019

Tonight’s Forecast: Isolated strong storms near the I-25 corridor will push southeast this evening, clearing into Kansas or dissipating by 9-10 pm. Watch for hail and strong outflow winds in these thunderstorms. Download the First Alert 5 app for free to receive warning notifications to your phone.

COLORADO SPRINGS: Low - 59; High - 91. Tonight will be partly cloudy, dropping to the upper 50s. Tomorrow will be sunny and hot to the low 90s with a few afternoon clouds. Rain potential is low tomorrow, with most activity staying in the mountains and west of I-25.

PUEBLO: Low - 62; High - 99. Tonight will be mild to the low 60s. Tomorrow will be a scorcher to the upper 90s, maybe up to 100 briefly in the afternoon.

CANON CITY: Low - 63; High - 96. Very warm tomorrow to the mid 90s. An isolated thunderstorm is possible in the afternoon.

WOODLAND PARK: Low - 51; High - 82. Clouds will clear out tonight, dropping to the low 50s. Tomorrow will be quite warm to the low 80s. An isolated thunderstorm is possible in the afternoon.

TRI-LAKES: Low - 50s; High - 80s. Tomorrow will be warm to the mid 80s with plenty of sunshine. The sky will generally be clear with clouds in the evening. A shower may pop up along Monument Hill tomorrow afternoon.

PLAINS: Low - 60s; High - 90s/100s. Watch for strong thunderstorms until 10 pm tonight. HOT and dry tomorrow to the upper 90s and 100s. The atmosphere will be stable with limited rain potential.

WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: Low - 60s; High - 90s. Very warm tomorrow, just to 90 for Walsenburg and upper 90s for Trinidad. The chance for rain is low, with mostly sunny and dry weather expected.

Extended Outlook: Conditions will be mostly dry through early Wednesday and quite hot, about 5 degrees above average for most. Then rain potential edges it's way back into the forecast Wednesday evening, with a wet weather trend continuing this weekend.