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Scattered storms & areas of heavy rain likely on Sunday – Colorado Springs, Colorado

Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-07-24 19:48:40 –

Tonight’s weather forecast:
Flash flood surveillance is valid until 9 pm in parts of southern Colorado. From mountains to the Arkansas River valley, floods of urban streams and burn scars can occur. Sunday mornings start with a dry sky and the nights should be relatively quiet and comfortable.

Colorado Springs: Low: 59; expensive: 83. It can be a storm as it is warm on Sundays, the sun and clouds mix during the day, and the possibility of rain and thunderstorms returns to expectations in the afternoon.

Pueblo: Low: 64; expensive: 91. Sundays are hot, with possible showers and thunderstorms scattered in late afternoon and evening hours.

Canon City: low: 64; expensive: 87. It warms back to the late 80’s on Sunday, and showers and thunderstorms can occur throughout Fremont County by the afternoon.

Woodland Park: low: 51; expensive: 74. The dry sky on Sunday morning turns into another shower and thunderstorm by the afternoon. Sometimes it can rain heavily, and flash floods are a concern at higher altitudes.

Try Lake: low: 50s; expensive: 70’s / 80’s. On Sundays, with more clouds, there will be rain and thunderstorms by the afternoon. In Palmer Divide, heavy rain can occur locally.

Hirano: low: 1960s; expensive: 80’s / 90’s. Hot across the plains on Sundays, the dry sky leads only to isolated showers and thunderstorms.

Walsenberg / Trinidad: low: 50s / 60s; expensive: in his 80’s. On Sunday mornings, the sun and clouds mix, turning into scattered rain and thunderstorms during the afternoon and evening hours.

Mountain: Low: 50s / 60s; expensive: 70’s / 80’s. The slightest potential for Sunday morning rains and thunderstorms will become much more volatile by the afternoon as the range of thunderstorms expands. If you’re spending time in the mountains on Sundays, keep your weather alerts as flash floods leave a realistic possibility.

Expanded outlook:
As the monsoon damp returns to higher altitudes, it will begin to dry on Monday. After a slight shower or storm in the plains on Monday, the main threat of rain should move to the mountains and stay there until the weekend. In places like Colorado Springs and Pueblo, this will give us hot and dry forecasts in the middle of next week, and by the end of next week there will be more widespread rain potential.

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