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Southern Colorado fire danger rises early this week – Colorado Springs, Colorado

Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-10-17 18:55:18 –

Tonight’s weather forecast:
Very weak disturbances may spread some light snow showers in the San Juan Mountains tonight, but no rain or snow is expected near the house. Part of the energy spreads to our area in the form of gusts, where the strongest gusts are found near the mountains. As the downhill flow develops, the overnight minimum temperature becomes a little warmer throughout the region.

Colorado Springs: Low: 40; high: 75. The week begins in the Pikes Peak region with warm and gusts, peaking at 20-30 mph.

Pueblo: Low: 38; high: 80. We got off to a warm start this week as high pressures in the lower Arkansas basin could reach the late 80’s. Our forecast is that dry downhill winds are blowing, which can lead to serious, uneven fire weather conditions.

Canon City: Low: 45; high: 77. The mayhem moving north of the state on Monday brings warm and windy conditions to the beginning of our week.

Woodland Park: Low: 35; high: 65. Mondays in Teller County are dry and calm, but windy, with gusts peaking at 30-35 mph until tomorrow afternoon.

Try Lake: Low: 30 seconds / 40 seconds; high: 60’s / 70’s. Comfortable and comfortable temperatures will be pleasing, but gusts from the afternoon up to nearly 30-35 mph can cause wind problems.

Hirano: Low: 30 seconds / 40 seconds; high: 70’s / 80’s. It’s a warm and windy day in the plains, and fire alerts in Las Animas and Baca counties come into effect at 1 pm.

Walsenberg / Trinidad: Low: 30 seconds / 40 seconds; high: 70’s. It’s warm on Mondays, but it’s pretty windy. Gust peak at 25-35 mph.

Mountain: Low: 30s; high: 40s / 50s. The mayhem that travels across northern Colorado and southern Wyoming will spread gusts to the mountains by the afternoon. In addition to the wind, it can snow over the mountains on Monday nights and Tuesdays. The highest amount is expected in Kitakami.

Expanded outlook:
On Tuesday, the risk of fire increases and the I-25 Corridor expands towards the Pikes Peak area. Fire weather alerts have already been issued in most of News 5’s viewing area on Tuesday and may be upgraded to fire alerts. It will be cooler on Tuesdays and even cooler on Wednesdays, but the winds will be weaker. Over the long term … high pressures are back, dry skies and warming trends are heading for the next weekend.

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