Strong to severe storms will likely roll through southern Colorado from the end of the day through the overnight hours. Large hail, isolated tornadoes, localized flooding, and strong winds are all the main threats from storms at this point.
Storms will move east through the plains into Kansas overnight or die off, leaving us with a dry start to Saturday. Isolated storms are possible again Saturday afternoon, but we are not expecting severe weather at this point in time.
COLORADO SPRINGS: Low: 54 High: 85. Storms are possible from the mid-afternoon to the early evening with large hail and even the chance of an isolated tornado on the east side of town. Scattered afternoon non-severe storms are possible Saturday.
PUEBLO: Low: 57; High: 91. Strong and possibly severe storms could happen from the end of the day through the early evening with heavy rain, large hail, and strong winds as our main threats. Isolated late day thunderstorms are possible but not overly likely Saturday.
CANON CITY: Low: 60; High: 88. Strong thunderstorms are possible through the end of the day with heavy rain, lightning, and strong winds as our main threats, maybe some large hail in very strong storms. Saturday looks warmer with scattered daytime non-severe thunderstorms.
WOODLAND PARK: Low: 49; High: 79. Scattered thunderstorms are possible through the end of the day but storms would likely stay non-severe. What rain does fall could easily have lots of lighting and hail. Scattered non-severe storms are possible tomorrow afternoon.
TRI-LAKES: Low: 50s; High: 80s. Strong to severe storms are possible from the mid-afternoon to the early evening with large hail and even the chance of an isolated tornado on the east side of town. Scattered afternoon non-severe storms are possible Saturday.
PLAINS: Low: 60; High: 90s. Strong to possibly severe storms are possible in the evening but most will move into Kansas or quickly lose strength as night moves on. Saturday will start dry and hot with a few isolated daytime thunderstorms possible west near El Paso and Pueblo counties.
WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: Low: 50s; High: 80s. Isolated storm storms are possible through the evening hours but most o the storm action will likely stay north. We'll be hotter tomorrow with isolated non-severe daytime storms possible.
The weekend will be hot overall, especially on Sunday into Monday with drier trends expected from Sunday into early next week.