Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-09-19 19:13:59 –
Tonight’s weather forecast:
Fires are at high risk until 8 pm in parts of southern Colorado, and fire alarms are issued in the I-25 Corridor, Fremont County, and parts of the plains.
Elsewhere, as cold fronts approach, moisture spreads to the northern and central parts of the state. In these areas, it can rain and snow all night long, Monday morning. Rain and snow are unlikely to affect our predictions, except around the Sawatch Mountains.
Colorado Springs: Low: 51; high: 69. Mondays are refreshing and cool, with dry skies early in the day. There can be several showers throughout the Pikes Peak area in the late afternoon. Humidity remains until early Tuesday morning, but rainfall is expected to be low.
Pueblo: Low: 54; high: 75. Mondays are much cooler and clouds are expected to increase during the afternoon hours. It is very unlikely that it will rain on Monday night or early Tuesday morning, but the forecast seems dry.
Canon City: Low: 55; high: 75. Thanks to the passage of the cold front on Monday morning, a much cooler pattern is expected in the first part of the weekday. It is unlikely that it will rain due to lack of water in the front and back.
Woodland Park: Low: 44; high: 63. The forecast for Monday provides a clear preview of early autumn, as maximum temperatures only warm in the late 1960s. Some humidity is expected in Teller County due to the potential for isolated rain (or mixed precipitation) from Monday afternoon to early Tuesday morning.
Try Lake: Low: Forties; high: 1960s. Following the beginning of a refreshing and cool week, it can rain lightly from Monday afternoon to early Tuesday morning.
Hirano: Low: 50s; high: 70’s. An early morning cold front brings a strong northerly gust to the plains, with much lower daytime highs. Clouds on Monday night can cause widespread showers.
Walsenberg / Trinidad: Low: 40s / 50s; high: 60’s / 70’s. By late Monday night, strong breeze and several breeze can occur, so we can get off to a much cooler start this week.
Mountain: Low: 30 seconds / 40 seconds; high: 50’s. The chilly mountain air and the potential for snow on Monday and Monday nights around Pikes Peak and the central mountains of the state. For the next 12 to 24 hours, strong breeze will continue even at high altitudes.
On Monday evening, colder, denser air rushes into the state as the storm moves away from southern Colorado. The first Freeze Watch of the season was published in San Luis Valley on Monday night and Tuesday morning. The lows here can be as cold as in your late twenties. For the rest of us, our thirties and forties are common by Tuesday morning, followed by a calm, autumn-like afternoon. By Wednesday, high pressures will return to the Rocky Mountains, with long-range forecasts showing above-average temperatures and dry skies.
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