11 Breaking Weather Team Forecast Discussion
Chief Meteorologist Brian Bledsoe
Wednesday Night, September 17th
Another warm, summer-like afternoon is ahead in southern Colorado as highs are expected yet again to warm into the 80s and 90s. No real chance for rain on Thursday...
Friday will be a touch cooler, but still pretty warm for mid September. High temperatures should be in the 80s. There will be a bit more cloud cover, but no good rain chances for Co Springs or Pueblo. A few more showers are possible on the far Southeast Plains due to the remnants of Hurricane Odile. However, if it shifts just a bit farther south, then no rain will occur...watching that for you.
Temperatures look to cool through the weekend into the low 70s and 80s with a better chance for afternoon and evening showers and storms. A slow moving storm system will be moving through the Rockies late weekend and early next week. This will likely produce a decent chance for showers and storms, before we dry out on Tuesday.
- Average High: 74
- Average Low: 47
- Record High/Year: 95/1936
- Record Low/Year: 26/1903
- Date: September 17th, 2014
- Sunrise: 6:42am
- Sunset: 7:05pm
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