Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-07-22 06:53:24 –
Today’s weather forecast:
Get ready for some classic summer heat and mountain thunderstorms today and tonight! Highs soared in the 90’s, with mountains displaying three digits across the plains of the 80’s. Clouds help protect us from the heat at the end of the day, but most are in and around the mountains.
The likelihood of a storm today is highest across the mountains to the west of I-25. In El Paso and Fremont counties, isolated storms are unlikely to occur, but today the mountains are much more likely to rain. Flood concerns are highest in Lagaritas and San Juan.
Colorado Springs: High: 90; Low: 64. It’s hot today and thunderstorms are unlikely to occur in the afternoon, but storms are much more likely in the mountains to the west of the town.
PUEBLO: High: 97; Low: 65. It’s very hot and dry today, with a weak breeze and a sultry feeling in the morning.
Canon City: high: 93; Low: 62. Isolated storms can occur in central Fremont County, especially in the mountains. Storms are unlikely in Canon City, Penrose and Florence today and will be quite hot in the afternoon.
Woodland Park: high: 80; Low: 54. Warm and sultry, with little chance of an isolated storm in the afternoon. The potential for storms is better in the southwestern part of Teller County, and further towards the continental divide to the west.
Try Lake: high: in his 80’s; Low: 50’s. It is hot and sultry in the morning and is likely to remain dry in the afternoon.
Hirano: high: 90/100 seconds; Low: 1960s. It’s very hot today and it feels light and sultry in the morning. We have to stay dry until the afternoon.
Walsenberg / Trinidad: high: 90’s; Low: 1960s. An isolated storm could be west of Walsenberg and Trinidad in the hot, dry mountains along I-25.
Mountain: High: in his 80’s; Low: 50’s. Scattered storms occur in the afternoon and drift west during the day. The storm is most intense in the Continental Divide, San Juan and La Garita mountains.
It gets hotter on Fridays, and there is a better chance of a thunderstorm over the mountains in the Pikes Peak area. Unless a storm spill causes something in Pueblo County, Pueblo and the eastern plains could remain dry tomorrow. Saturdays have a cool front in the morning and a strong storm behind the front in the afternoon.
Next week, the mountains near the Continental Divide will appear hot and dry with only a few storms.
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