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Some relief Sunday after days of record heat – Colorado Springs, Colorado

Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-09-11 20:06:15 –

Tonight’s weather forecast:
Clouds have flowed into the Pikes Peak area tonight, helping to cool us after a record-breaking heat wave. There can be some isolated thunderstorms during the evening hours, mainly from the mountains to Teller County and Palmer Divide. Due to the very dry air near the surface, gusts and lightning are the main threats. Overnight lows are mild and only cool until the 1950s and 1960s.

Colorado Springs: Low: 60; high: 86. Sunday’s weather forecast makes the Pikes Peak area a cooler and more comfortable day. In addition to the cooldown, you can see an isolated afternoon thunderstorm.

Pueblo: Low: 60; high: 92. It is mostly sunny to cloudy in some places and cool on Sundays. Highs at this time of the year are still above average, but much cooler than they are today.

Canon City: Low: 62; high: 90. Sunday’s forecasts will be much more comfortable, as Sunday’s maximum temperatures will be quite cold from today. Extensive rains are unlikely, but isolated afternoon thunderstorms cannot be ruled out.

Woodland Park: Low: 50; high: 77. Sundays are much more comfortable and there can be several thunderstorms in the afternoon, along with a cool-down.

Try Lake: Low: 50s; high: 70’s / 80’s. It’s not as hot as Saturday, and thunderstorms can occur in the afternoon.

Hirano: Low: 1960s; high: 90’s. It’s still hot, but not as hot as I saw today. In addition to the heat, the windy days across the plains are refreshing.

Walsenberg / Trinidad: Low: 50s / 60s; high: 80’s / 90’s. Sundays are refreshing and not as hot as the highest temperatures of the 80’s and late 90’s. We must remain dry, except for the possibility of an isolated afternoon thunderstorm.

Mountain: Low: 40s / 50s; high: 70’s. Comfortable and cool from the mountains to the hills on Sundays. Along with the cooldown, there is the possibility of an isolated afternoon thunderstorm, generally in the northern region of Highway 50.

Expanded outlook:
In the west, a downhill breeze warms us several degrees on Monday, before the next cold front arrives at the beginning of Tuesday. It will be quite cool in the afternoon, but due to the good uphill flow and high humidity, it is expected that the chances of rain and thunderstorms are quite high. Some storms may attempt redevelopment on Wednesday. Otherwise, weekend trends demand much more than sunlight and average highs.

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