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High fire danger Monday, with more records possible – Colorado Springs, Colorado

Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-04-04 19:59:10 –

Tonight’s weather forecast:
Fire alerts valid in Baca County are allowed to expire at 7 pm as winds weaken throughout the region tonight. Tonight’s temperatures will be on the mild side, with overnight lows staying below freezing in most parts of southern Colorado.

Colorado Springs: Low: 44; high: 81. Weekdays are warm and start with gusts, and afternoon gusts are 25 mph. No fire alerts are expected in El Paso County, but warm, dry and windy weather can increase the weather conditions for a fire on Monday.

Pueblo: Low: 43; high: 87. Mondays are hot and dry, and the weather conditions for fires can sometimes be high in Pueblo County. Reaching the expected maximum temperature of 87 ° can threaten the current 86 ° record.

Canon City: Low: 47; high: 83. Mondays are unseasonably warm, dry and windy. The Red Flag Warning is set to take effect in Fremont County at 11:00 am. Avoid burning outdoors in these situations.

Woodland Park: Low: 37; high: 70. The forecast for Monday will be even warmer than what we saw on the weekend. Maximum temperatures reach their peaks near 70 ° C, with afternoon gusts of 20-30 mph.

Try Lake: Low: Forties; high: 70’s. Mondays are warm and windy, with high afternoon temperatures expected to be highest in the mid-to-first half of the 1970s.

Hirano: Low: 40s / 50s; high: in his 80’s. Monday is refreshing and very warm. The highlands of the plains soar from the mid-1980s to the mid-1980s, with mostly sunny to partially cloudy skies.

Walsenberg / Trinidad: Low: Forties; high: 70’s / 80’s. High Fire Hazard is the name of the game that crosses the South I-25 Corridor on Monday. The Red Flag Warning goes into effect at 11:00 am and lasts until 8:00 pm.

Mountain: Low: 20s / 30s; high: 40s / 50s. It is windy on Mondays and warms up over the mountains out of season. Humidity increases on Tuesday afternoons, and highlands can be mixed with rain and snow until early Wednesday morning.

Expanded outlook:
Tuesday’s highs begin to cool ahead of the next weather maker. Before the storm, the dangers of wind and high fires are a hot topic along Tuesday’s Highway 50 and in the southern regions. The cold front will bring moisture to the forecast by Tuesday night. Snow levels are expected to be around 7,000 feet, so in the plains we look at the possibility of scattered showers and thunderstorms rather than the mid-week stormy winter weather.

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