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Strong to severe storms possible today with strong winds and isolated large hail – Colorado Springs, Colorado

Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-09-14 07:23:19 –

Today’s weather forecast:
It gets much cooler today, and strong to heavy storms can occur from afternoon to evening.

Highs usually need to stay in the late 70’s and mid 80’s across the plain.

Strong to heavy storms can occur from the Pikes Peak region to Pueblo and from afternoon to evening towards the eastern plains. The main storm threats today are hail, strong winds, and cloud-to-ground lightning.

Colorado Springs: High: 77; Low: 50. In the Pikes Peak region, including Colorado Springs and eastern El Paso County, strong to severe storms can occur today. The main storm threats today are quarter-sized hail and strong winds at 60 mph. The timing of the storm in El Paso County seems to be any time between 1 pm and 4 pm.

PUEBLO: High: 85; Low: 51. Strong to heavy storms can occur this afternoon, with the strongest storm timing usually between 2 pm and 5 pm. A quarter to ping-pong ball-sized hail and winds at 60 mph are the threats of the two main storms today, with many lightning strikes. After 6 pm tonight, the storm generally stays east of the town.

Canon City: high: 84; Low: 56. The storm seems to be in the afternoon, but the serious threats in and around Canon City remain low-end today. Cloud-to-ground lightning with gusts and small hail is the main threat to today’s storms, where dry skies are expected after 6 pm.

Woodland Park: high: 73; Low: 45. Storms can occur early in the afternoon, but today’s serious threat remains low-end. Storms can drop small hail and lightning due to gusts, but stormy weather is much more likely to continue from the eastern part of the region to El Paso County.

Try Lake: high: 70’s; Low: Forties. Today, strong to heavy storms can occur in the Trilakes region, especially early in the afternoon from east of I-25. Quarter-sized hail and 60 mph winds and cloud-to-ground lightning remain the main threats.

Hirano: high: in her 80’s; Low: 50’s. From afternoon to evening, strong to heavy storms can be scattered. Hail and strong winds are the two main threats, but rotating storms with less tornado threats are still possible. The storm should move to Kansas early tonight and lose its fierce strength after 8 pm tonight.

Walsenberg / Trinidad: high: in her 80’s; Low: 50’s. Stormy weather can be scattered from Walsenberg to Trinidad this afternoon, but stormy weather is unlikely to occur in the area. The timing of the storm can occur at any time from 3 pm to evening today.

Mountain: High: 70’s; Low: Forties. Interspersed storms can occur this afternoon, first in the Pikes Peak area, then down to Sangless and Wet throughout the afternoon and across mountains. Stormy weather is unlikely in the mountains, but both small hail and many lightning can occur.

Expanded outlook:
Wednesday begins chilly across the mountains with the lowest temperatures of the 50’s and 40’s, but by the afternoon it warms to the lowest temperatures of the 80’s and 90’s. It should be hot and dry on weekends.

Very cold air will be pouring into the area next week by Tuesday and Wednesday, with some areas snowing towards the central mountains and the Pikes Peak area.

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