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A sunny & warmer end to the weekend – Colorado Springs, Colorado

Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-10-16 20:10:03 –

Tonight’s weather forecast:
It’s quiet tonight due to the continuous sunny weather and light winds in southern Colorado. Overnight lows are not expected to be as cold as last night as drier air masses settle in the state over the next 12-24 hours, and Springs and Cannon City may remain below freezing.

Colorado Springs: Low: 34; high: 71. “Quiet” is the name of the game on Sunday Sunday. This is due to sunlight, light winds and high pressure.

Pueblo: Low: 30; high: 75. You can see sub-zero temperatures for several hours before and after sunrise. The afternoon hours are perfect and the Pueblo area has sunshine and 70’s taps.

Canon City: Low: 35; high: 74. A bright and warm afternoon is expected following a cold morning, but the forecast shows that there is little wind.

Woodland Park: Low: 31; high: 66. Most days around Teller County are sunny and calm, before the turmoil to the south spreads clouds in the area by Sunday evening.

Try Lake: Low: 30s; high: 60’s / 70’s. On Sundays, the Palmer Divide has sunshine, warm temperatures and weak southerly winds.

Hirano: Low: 20 seconds / 30 seconds; high: 70’s. It’s a little chilly in the morning, but it’s nothing short of spectacular in the afternoon as the maximum temperatures warm up into the 70’s.

Walsenberg / Trinidad: Low: 30s; high: 60’s / 70’s. In mid-October, the sun is strong, the winds are weak, and the temperature is warmer than average, making it difficult to defeat such forecasts.

Mountain: Low: 20 seconds / 30 seconds; high: 50’s. Great weather continues ahead of the mountains on Sunday, and comfortable highs culminate in the 1950s.

Expanded outlook:
Monday seems to be the warmest day of the forecast period as the downhill winds increase throughout the region. The unfortunate combination of windy and dry weather could raise fire concerns in parts of southern Colorado on Monday afternoon. A storm passing through Wyoming brings snow to the central and northern mountains by Monday night and Tuesday, but we can remain dry. A dry cold front on Tuesday will cool us, but winds will continue to blow in southern Colorado.

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