We finally have a great day here in southern Colorado. We will have lots of sunshine, light winds and warm temperatures with highs in the 50s and 60s.
Forecast for Colorado Springs: 59; Moo: 34. Mostly sunny skies until 5:00 p.m. when clouds roll off the mountains. We will be dry today with light winds and mild temperatures in the afternoon.
Forecast Pueblo: High: 64; Moo: 33. Sunny until 6 p.m. today with cloudy skies overnight. We will be hot and dry in the afternoon with light winds.
Forecast of the city of Canon: High: 62; Moo: 40. Sunny until 5 p.m. when clouds roll in from the mountains in the west. We will be dry and warm with light winds throughout the afternoon.
Woodland Park Forecast: High: 51; Moo: 28. Mainly sunny today until clouds roll in around 4 p.m. We will be dry and cool in the afternoon.
Tri-Lakes Forecast: High: 50 years ; Moo: 30s. Mostly sunny until late afternoon when clouds roll in from the mountains. We will be dry and cool today in the afternoon.
Plains Forecast: High: 60s; Moo: 30s. Sunny and dry in the area today with clouds arriving in the evening.
Forecast Walsenburg and Trinidad: High: 50 years ; Moo: 30s. Mostly sunny and windy today with dry skies and mild afternoon temperatures.
Mountain forecast: High: 40 years ; Moo: 20s. Clouds are moving into western Colorado this morning and spreading into our eastern mountains by mid to late afternoon. We will stay dry today locally but tonight rain showers and snow showers will cross the Continental Divide with a few isolated snow showers along Sangre De Cristos and wet western mountains until early. tomorrow morning.
Long term forecast:
A strong cold front will cross the plains and the I-25 corridor late tonight through Thursday morning. This front will bring strong gusts of northerly winds in the 20-40 mph range, but we will likely remain dry for most of the region.
Saturday looks amazing with sunny skies, light winds and very hot afternoon temperatures.
On Sunday we will see a mix of rain and snow moving from the mountains and across the plains with snow showers through Monday morning. There could be a little more rain and snow mixed in the area on Monday afternoon, but we should be dry overnight.
Tuesday afternoon will be hot and dry, but a cold front in the evening could bring isolated showers and very strong winds that will persist through Wednesday.
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