11 Breaking Weather Team Forecast Discussion
Saturday, August 1st
As we head into Saturday evening and overnight, a few spotty thunderstorms will remain possible...mainly for the mountains and I-25 corridor. Biggest threat with any storm we see tonight will be lightning and brief heavy rain.
A better chance for some showers and thunderstorms returns for Sunday. We may have a shower or two move east off the mountains and away from the interstate. Same threats with any storms tomorrow...lightning, heavy rain, and breezy conditions. Highs Sunday will be similar to Saturday...in the 80-90s.
Storms remain in the forecast for Monday and Tuesday...with a widespread chance throughout southeastern Colorado. Highs will be the coolest during the first half of the week, topping off in the 70-90s Monday through Wednesday.
Conditions start to dry out by late Wednesday and Thursday, helping to warm our temperatures back into the 80, 90s and lower 100s for the southeastern plains. Friday appears stormy at this time, with dry weather for the first half of the upcoming weekend.
- Average High: 84
- Average Low: 57
- Record High/Year: 99/2008
- Record Low/Year: 45/1965
- Date: Saturday, August 1st
- Sunrise: 6:01am
- Sunset: 8:12pm
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