Storm chances today are pretty high west of I-25, but overnight a cold front might bring more widespread rain to the I-25 corridor. Severe chances are low today over the region, but we'll need to monitor the burn scars for flooding potential. Overnight any rain will dry up by or just after midnight.
COLORADO SPRINGS: High: 79; Low: 51. Scattered thunderstorms are possible during the afternoon, but more likely in the evening, sometime after 7 pm. Small hail and heavy rain are possible but severe weather is not expected.
PUEBLO: High: 86; Low: 55. We'll likely stay warm and dry during the day, but storms are possible in the evening and overnight hours, likely sometime after 8 pm tonight. Small hail and heavy rain are possible.
CANON CITY: High: 83; Low: 55. Scattered thunderstorms are possible during the afternoon, but more likely in the evening, sometime after 7 pm. Small hail and heavy rain are possible but severe weather is not expected.
WOODLAND PARK: High: 69; Low: 44. Storms are likely during the daytime hours with a second push of storms possible in the evening. Lightning, heavy rain, and small hail are all possible in storms today but severe weather is not expected.
TRI-LAKES: High: 70s; Low: 40s. Isolated storms are possible during the day, but it's a lot more likely any rain would come in the evening hours. Small hail and heavy rain are possible but severe weather is not expected.
PLAINS: High: 80s; Low: 50s. Rain and storm chances are pretty weak over the plains today and tonight, but a few places like Crowley and Otero counties could see overnight storms that drift away from the I-25 corridor. Severe weather is not expected.
WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: High: 80s; Low: 50s. Scattered daytime storms are possible, but storm chances during the day remain best west over the mountains. Burn scar flooding around La Veta is a possibility today and tonight.
The cold front tonight that could bring rain out of the mountains will also work to cool Thursday back by about 5 degrees. Scattered storms are going to be possible during the afternoon and evening hours, but cooler temperatures will likely mean weaker showers and storms. Daily storms come back from Friday through early next week with highs back in the 80s and 90s. Storms could be quite strong over the extended forecast, but severe weather chances are on the low end.