11 Breaking Weather Team Forecast Discussion
Wednesday, September 2nd
Majority of us in southeastern Colorado will stay dry on Wednesday, and HOT! High temperatures today will top off in the 80-90s, and just a few degrees shy of the triple digits out on the plains. Rain chances today favor the higher terrain and southern I-25 corridor today, including those in Las Animas, Huerfano, Custer, Fremont, Teller, and a spot shower or two possible for western areas of El Paso County. Any storm that forms today will contain some brief, heavy rain and gusty winds.... nothing too strong or severe to worry about.
This weather pattern stays us the rest of the week, with afternoon showers possible for the mountains and Pikes Peak region through Friday, and temperatures staying in the 80-90s.
Temperatures will cool off a bit as we head into the holiday weekend, with a better chance of widespread rain on Saturday. Highs Saturday and Sunday will fall back into the 70-80s, 90s for the plains.
Sunday and Monday, Labor Day, look pleasant, with near-seasonal temperatures and a mix of sun and clouds.
Dry weather continues as we head into next work week,but expect temperatures to climb back above average.
- Average High: 79
- Average Low: 52
- Record High/Year: 94/1960
- Record Low/Year: 30/1961
- Date: Wednesday, September 2nd
- Sunrise: 6:29am
- Sunset: 7:28pm
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