Warming back up Sunday, with isolated thunderstorms possible

Hints of fall in Colorado
Posted at 5:29 PM, Aug 29, 2020
and last updated 2020-08-29 20:15:05-04

Tonight's Forecast:
Thunderstorms over Southern Colorado associated with a frontal boundary will move very quickly to the east this evening. Most of the rain will push into Kansas before sunset, leaving us with decreasing clouds for the overnight hours. This will leave us with dry skies and chilly overnight lows as temperatures will fall into the 40s and 50s by Sunday morning.

COLORADO SPRINGS: Low: 54; High: 88. After a few good days with rain and thunderstorms, our weather will be quieter on Sunday. Dry downslope flow will heat highs into the upper 80s, and keep most afternoon thunderstorm development over the mountains and foothills.

PUEBLO: Low: 56; High: 93. After a pleasant Saturday temperature wise, highs will be about 10 degrees hotter for the final Sunday of August, and our weather will be drier.

CANON CITY: Low: 59; High: 90. Mostly sunny skies early will give way to a few spotty afternoon thunderstorms across Fremont County. High temperatures on Sunday will also be much hotter as the downslope flow kicks back in.

WOODLAND PARK: Low: 48; High: 77. We'll see a really nice end to the weekend over Teller County. The morning will start out bright and dry before a few mountain thunderstorms develop anytime after 2 pm.

TRI-LAKES: Low: 40s/50s; High: 80s. Bright and sunny early followed by a very warm mix of sun and clouds for the afternoon hours, and a few isolated thunderstorms over the Palmer Divide.

PLAINS: Low: 50s; High: 90s. After a gorgeous and pleasant day on Saturday, the heat will return on Sunday. Although it will be above average, triple digits are not expected across the Plains.

WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: Low: 50s; High: 80s. Very warm on Sunday, with most areas expected to stay dry. Storms will once again fire up over the mountains by the afternoon, and some could spill over into the I-25 corridor.

Extended Outlook:
A disturbance moving across Canada and northern parts of our country will push a cold front into Colorado on Monday. This will provide us with a healthy dose of cooling Monday and Tuesday, with increasing showers and thunderstorms Monday night and Tuesday. After that, a dry and warmer forecast looks to be on tap through the rest of next week.