Above average temperatures this week for Southern Colorado

Tonight’s Forecast:
Aside from a number of thunderstorms throughout the southeastern mountains and San Luis Valley, we’ll see clear skies this night and into the in a single day hours throughout many of the area. Lows in Southern Colorado will vary from the 30s and 40s within the mountains to the 40s and 50s for the Plains.

Colorado Springs forecast: Low: 48; Excessive: 85; With excessive stress returning to Southern Colorado on Monday, we’ll see a giant 10-15 diploma enhance to our daytime as highs as we glance to start out out the work week within the mid 80s.

Pueblo forecast: Low: 49; Excessive: 90; A pleasing fall-like morning will give option to hazy sunshine and a return to the 90s after a 3 day break from the warmth.

Canon Metropolis forecast: Low: 55; Excessive: 87; After a number of days of welcomed warmth reduction to Southern Colorado, above common highs will return to our forecast on Monday, and could possibly be right here for fairly a while.

Woodland Park forecast: Low: 40; Excessive: 75; A pleasant, crisp morning will give option to a brilliant and hazy afternoon throughout Teller County, with 70s for daytime highs.

Tri-Lakes forecast: Low: 40s; Excessive: 70s/80s; An exquisite begin to the week for northern El Paso County, with daytime highs a lot hotter than what we noticed this previous weekend.

Plains forecast: Low: 40s/50s; Excessive: 80s/90s; Early this week, we’ll see one other stretch of late summer season warmth return to the Plains, together with areas of smoke and haze.

Walsenburg and Trinidad forecast: Low: 40s/50s; Excessive: 80s; Sunny, with areas of smoke and haze returning to our forecast on Monday. Together with the sunshine will come a wholesome warm-up that may put 80s again on the map for daytime highs.

Mountains forecast: Low: 30s/40s; Excessive: 60s/70s; Chilly within the morning earlier than turning smoky and gentle by means of the afternoon hours. Whereas most areas ought to keep dry on Monday, it is potential that a number of remoted thunderstorms might return to the San Juan Mountains and San Luis Valley.

Prolonged outlook forecast:
For the week forward, we’re taking a look at above common highs for Southern Colorado, in addition to dry skies most days. By Tuesday, the remnants of what was as soon as Hurricane Kay will attain the mountains, with an remoted thunderstorm additionally potential for areas west of I-25. Moisture will push a bit of farther east Wednesday, and though the mountains will see the perfect probabilities for rain, a number of showers may also be potential for the Plains. Dry and breezy climate will observe as we wrap up the work week and head into subsequent weekend.

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