11 Breaking Weather Team Forecast Discussion

Chief Meteorologist Brian Bledsoe
Monday Night, September 15th

Warm and dry weather will persist through Thursday and most of Friday. Nighttime temperatures will be in the 40s and 50s, with daytime highs in the 80s and lower 90s for lower elevations.

By the weekend, some of the left over moisture from Hurricane Odile may impact parts of Southern Colorado. This will cool us down and increase the chance for some showers and storms. Right now, flash flood potential does not look particularly high, as the core of the best moisture will likely stay to our south. However, it is something we are watching closely. If nothing else, there will certainly be a better chance for rain (especially by late weekend) and cooler temperatures.
  • Average High: 75
  • Average Low: 48
  • Record High/Year: 92/1990
  • Record Low/Year: 29/1916
  • Date: September 15th, 2014
  • Sunrise: 6:40am
  • Sunset: 7:10pm

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