11 Breaking Weather Team Forecast Discussion
Meteorologist Christine Rapp
Saturday Night, April 19th
Scattered is the main word when talking about the forecast for the rest of our weekend. Scattered showers remain in the forecast for tonight, primarily along the I-25 corridor. An isolated lightning strike or rumble of thunder is not completely out of the question.
For Sunday morning, plan on grabbing that umbrella just to be safe. Scattered showers are possible, and although it may be difficult to pinpoint a specific location, think most of southeastern Colorado will yet again be dry for the morning hours. By the time we hit the midday and evening hours, the chance for a bit of thunderstorms is present, with lightning, thunder, and strong wind possible.
For Monday, there remains the chance of very isolated showers only along the I-25 corridor. Things dry out for all by Tuesday, staying that way through at least Saturday. Temperatures will also climb back into the 70-80s...welcoming back in fire concerns.
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- Average High: 61
- Average Low: 34
- Record High/Year: 81/1989
- Record Low/Year: 13/1966
- Date: April 20th, 2014
- Sunrise: 6:15am
- Sunset: 7:41pm
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