Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-07-31 20:53:46 –
Tonight’s weather forecast:
Heavy rains from slow-moving storms can bring flash floods to much of southern Colorado until late tonight. Flash flood Wasc is valid until at least 1 am. The highest risk of flash floods is in mountains, valleys and the I-25 corridor. Local floods can also occur in some areas at midnight and night, even in the plains southeast of Colorado and south of Highway 50.
On Sunday morning, the rain will rush south and the wind will weaken, and it will be a shower by dawn on Sunday.
Colorado Springs: Low: 58; expensive: 71. In the Pikes Peak area, nighttime rain showers and thunderstorms should be reduced by Sunday morning. By the afternoon hours, showers and storms may reoccur, but overall, the pattern appears to be more stable compared to Saturday.
Pueblo: Low: 61; expensive: 75. Sundays are cool and cloudy, with less rain expected throughout the forecast area. Flood threats are reduced compared to the last 24 hours.
Canon City: low: 63; expensive: 72. It is cloudy and cool on Sundays, with the potential for light rain and thunderstorms, mainly in the morning.
Woodland Park: low: 49; expensive: 63. The showers left on Sunday morning should give way to a quiet afternoon throughout Teller County, with only the possibility of uneven storms during the afternoon and evening hours.
Try Lake: low: 50s; expensive: 60’s / 70’s. Sunday is expected to be much quieter throughout the Palmer Divide. Storms are much more uneven in nature due to the much more stable air mass overhead.
Hirano: low: 50s / 60s; expensive: 70’s / 80’s. Heavy storms and heavy rains are possible until Sunday morning, and only scattered in uneven thunderstorms that last until Sunday evening.
Walsenberg / Trinidad: low: 50s; expensive: 60’s / 70’s. Morning showers turn into a calm of activity for several hours, followed by scattered afternoon and evening showers and thunderstorms.
Mountain: Low: Forties; expensive: 1960s. The mountains remain under flash flood surveillance until 1 am on Sunday. The flood threat diminishes slightly at higher altitudes, making Sunday storms weaker and more scattered.
Potential rises in humidity and storms are expected on Monday and Tuesday as the monsoon pattern regains strength in southern Colorado after a quieter Sunday day. Again, monitor for possible heavy rains and floods across mountains. Floods can occur in urban areas. Clearer conditions and warm-ups should continue from Wednesday to Friday as the best storm potential is pushed back towards the mountains.
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