Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-09-27 20:39:13 –
Tonight’s weather forecast:
The status associated with the red flag warnings we saw earlier today has been improved so that all red flag warnings expire at 6 pm. The rest of the time tonight will monitor the low pressure area over New Mexico. This preserves the potential for showers and thunderstorms scattered in the highlands tonight. After midnight, the drier condition will return to all areas and a dry start on Tuesday is expected.
Colorado Springs: Low: 53; high: 76. Tuesdays are partially cloudy and cool, with a slight chance of an isolated shower or thunderstorm by the afternoon. It is likely to rain near the hills and mountains.
PUEBLO: Low: 53; high: 81. Tuesday began the cool weather, with some more enjoyable temperatures, as well as some isolated afternoon thunderstorms.
Cannon City: Low: 55; high: 77. It is expected that there will be at least scattered afternoon showers and thunderstorms as the dampness deepens west along the interstate highway on Tuesday and the high pressure clears the path for the low pressure to travel to Colorado.
Woodland Park: Low: 45; high: 65. On Tuesdays, the humidity will increase, with cloudy skies and cool daytime peaks, as well as scattered afternoon showers and thunderstorms.
Trilake: Low: 40s / 50s; high: 60’s / 70’s. The storm system, which will move to the state on Tuesday, will diffuse more water into southern Colorado, clouding by the afternoon and potentially isolating the shower.
plane: Low: 50s; high: in her 80’s. There is some relief on Tuesday and it is expected that clouds will increase throughout the day. In areas close to I-25, pop-up storms may be sufficiently moist, and in the Far East counties, dry skies are expected.
WALSENBURG / TRINIDAD: Low: 40s / 50s; high: 60’s / 70’s. The early dry skies give way to scattered afternoon showers and thunderstorms. In the mountains and ratton mesa, it can rain heavily.
Mountain: Low: 30 seconds / 40 seconds; high: 50s. The mountains on Tuesday are much more likely to rain than the plains. When the cold cools down on Tuesday night, rain and snow can mix in areas over 10,000 to 11,000 feet.
The cold front will move to South Colorado on Wednesday morning, and from Wednesday afternoon to Thursday morning, extensive showers and thunderstorms are much more likely. Snow levels drop behind the front and the snow shower on Wednesday night drops to 9,000 feet. The cool and rainy weather continues on Thursday, and it is most likely that the rain will recede into the mountains by Friday. However, there is a great deal of variation in the extended forecast as some energy remains behind the cold front on Wednesday. If the turmoil moves closer to us this weekend, the rain can be widespread, not just in the mountains. It’s too early to talk, so stay tuned.
Cooling trend Tuesday with scattered showers & thunderstorms Source link Cooling trend Tuesday with scattered showers & thunderstorms