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Storm chances lessen Monday as monsoon moisture pushes west – Colorado Springs, Colorado

Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-07-25 19:13:46 –

Tonight’s weather forecast:
Interspersed showers and thunderstorms will continue until late tonight in parts of southern Colorado. The main risk is flash floods in recently saturated areas and recent burn scar areas. The showers will end by midnight and it will rain by Monday morning.

Colorado Springs: Low: 59; expensive: 88. Weekdays begin in hotter and drier conditions throughout the Pikes Peak region, with little chance of afternoon / evening thunderstorms passing through.

Pueblo: Low: 62; expensive: 94. Highest temperature on Monday. Clouds are expected to increase during the day, and showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon are fairly unlikely.

Canon City: low: 63; expensive: 90. Sunny in the morning, cloudy in the afternoon and evening, and thunderstorms can occur several times.

Woodland Park: low: 51; expensive: 79. Thunderstorms can be scattered in the afternoons this week, especially on Mondays, in the area around Teller County, as the monsoon’s humidity recedes into the mountains this week.

Try Lake: low: 50s; expensive: in her 80’s. Warming up on Mondays and letting dry air into the area can cause several showers or showers in the afternoons and evenings.

Hirano: low: 1960s; expensive: 90’s. The plains on Monday are hot, dry and sunny … this trend can last for most of the week.

Walsenberg / Trinidad: low: 50s / 60s; expensive: 80’s / 90’s. Prolonged humidity can cause showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon, especially along and near Raton Mesa.

Mountain: Low: 50s / 60s; expensive: 70’s / 80’s. As the monsoon damps recede west on Monday, the mountains and hills continue to have the potential for afternoon showers and thunderstorms. However, the risk of heavy rain and flash floods is much lower.

Expanded outlook:
The trend, which begins on Monday, continues until mid-week, thanks to the high-pressure building ridges. Not only will it be dry this week, it will be hot. After the heat waves peak on Wednesday and Thursday, the cold front brings more moisture to the state, bringing a much more active monsoon pattern to southern Colorado by the weekend.

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