Colorado Springs, Colorado 2022-08-06 20:24:45 –
Scattered thunderstorms will continue on the plains late into the evening. That means you might need an umbrella for planning an outdoor date night. There is a possibility. Whether it does or not, tonight’s storm could produce heavy rain, small hail, gusty winds, and lots of lightning.
Southern Colorado will experience a mild, partly cloudy night as the storm subsides before midnight.
Forecast for Colorado Springs: Low: 63; high: 84; Sunday will be a little cooler as weather patterns change with increased humidity from the monsoon. Scattered thunderstorms possible by afternoon, then heavy rain by evening.
Pueblo Forecast: Low: 66; high: 90; wet and cool at the end of the weekend, with more heavy rain and thunderstorms possible in the afternoon and evening. Flood watch goes into effect at 2:00 PM in Pueblo County and lasts until midnight.
Canon City Forecast: low: 67; high: 88; Flood watch will go into effect Sunday afternoon in Fremont County and will continue until midnight. This highlights the potential for flooding around the county, which could bring heavy rains by evening.
Woodland Park Forecast: low: 54; high: 74; Teller County will also be under flood watch on Sunday afternoon and evening.Severe weather tomorrow is not expected to be a major concern, but the possibility of heavy rains should be monitored closely
Three lakes forecast: low: 50’s/60’s; high: 70’s/80’s; The Palmer Divide also has a flood warning in effect for Sunday, with heavy rain likely in the late afternoon and early evening.
Plain forecast: low: sixties; high: 80s/90s; As the main plume of monsoon moisture pushes east into the plains on Sunday, afternoon and evening thunderstorms are likely, with the main threats being heavy rain, small hail, gusts and lightning.
Walsenburg and Trinidad predictions: low: 50’s/60’s; high: 80s; A relatively mild Sunday morning with widespread showers and thunderstorms in the late afternoon and early evening. With the monsoon dampness right above, there will be good rains tomorrow and possible flooding in some areas.
Mountain Forecast: Low: 40s/50s; high: 60’s/70’s; After a quiet morning, the mountains can get some rain pretty early. Flood watch will go into effect at noon and last until midnight, as heavy rains are expected in the southeastern mountains. Flooding of creeks, streams and roads is a concern, as well as flooding of burn scars.
Forecast long-term prospects:
Widespread precipitation in some areas through Monday morning, followed by a short break and sporadic showers and thunderstorms Monday afternoon. An upper ridge of high pressure settles in our area around midweek, and the plains are likely to experience warmer, drier conditions Tuesday through Thursday. During this time, the mountains continue to see the potential for daily storms, ranging from isolated to scattered.
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Widespread thunderstorms late Sunday, with locally heavy rain Source link Widespread thunderstorms late Sunday, with locally heavy rain