Tuesday Afternoon, July 26th
This afternoon will be similar to Monday with highs in the 80s and 90s and spotty afternoon storms possible. There is less fuel in the atmosphere for severe storms today, so the threat will be lower compared to Monday, but brief heavy rain and lightning will still be possible along with small hail and stronger cells
Wednesday looks like the driest day of the week with most of Southern Colorado staying mainly dry. Highs will be back up to the 90s with partly cloudy skies.
Scattered afternoon storms return to finish out the week... temperatures will cool back down too. Highs will be in the mid 80s to mid 90s Thursday and Friday.
Spotty storm chances return Thursday and last through the weekend...Not everyone will see rainfall every day, but the possibility will be there, so keep the umbrella close! Temps will warm up a few degrees ranging from the low to upper 90s from the Springs to Pueblo.
|Record Low/Year||46/1913, 1900|