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Even hotter Wednesday, with isolated mountain showers & storms – Colorado Springs, Colorado

Colorado Springs, Colorado 2022-06-28 20:20:06 –

Tonight’s weather forecast:
Tonight we will monitor the possibility of several isolated storms across the mountains. Dry skies are expected in the I-25 Corridor and the Eastern Plains. With mild winds and clear skies late tonight, overnight lows drop in the mountains in the 1940s and in the plains in the 1950s and 1960s.

Colorado Springs Forecast: Low: 58; high: 90; Wednesday is back in the 90’s for the first time since the end of last week. If the heat continues, the chances of a storm are much lower throughout the Pikes Peak region.

Pueblo Forecast: Low: 57; high: 97; High temperatures in the late 90’s bring sizzle back to Pueblo’s forecast on Wednesday. The forecast does not predict rain.

Canon City Forecast: low: 60; high: 95; The early sunny sky turns into a partially cloudy and hot afternoon, with little chance of showers or thunderstorms in the afternoon.

Woodland Park Forecast: low: 53; high: 81; Overall, Wednesday is a very nice day. Highs will warm up in the late 80’s, mentioning the passing of afternoon showers and thunderstorms in Teller County.

Trilakes Forecast: low: 50’s; high: 80s; Wednesday weather forecasts are bright and very warm, with afternoon showers and thunderstorms unlikely to enter the Palmer Divide.

Plain Prediction: low: 50s / 60s; high: 90s; You might barely escape the three-digit numbers on Wednesday, but it will still be hot when the highlands cross the plains and climb from the mid-90s to the upper layers.

Forecast for Walsenberg and Trinidad: low: 50s / 60s; high: 80’s / 90’s; As the monsoon stream returns to southern Colorado, Wednesday’s dry skies and above-average highs change at the end of the week.

Mountain Prediction: Low: 40s / 50s; high: 70’s / 80’s; Early morning sunshine gives way to increasing clouds by the afternoon, and some uneven showers and thunderstorms can occur in mountains and valleys.

Extended outlook forecast:
After a few hot and dry days, the cold front will push high pressures east later this week, making some changes to the forecast. In addition to the cooling trend until Friday, another plume of monsoon moisture returns to southern Colorado. Afternoon thunderstorms scattered on Thursday give way to wider rain potential and more beneficial moisture from Friday to Saturday. At the end of the holiday weekend, the chances of rain are slightly reduced, but the July 4 forecast leaves an isolated thunderstorm.

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