11 Breaking Weather Team Forecast Discussion

Meteorologist Christine Rapp
Wednesday, 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. Similar to yesterday, a few isolated showers will be possible primarily over the mountain areas. This will also be the trend on Thursday as we hold onto one more day of summer heat.

We are also watching the remnants of Hurricane Odile late week for some possible impacts in southern Colorado. The southeastern plains could see some very beneficial rain Friday and into Saturday depending on the path the system takes.

Temperatures look to cool through the weekend into the low 70s and 80s with chances for spotty storms. In general, rain chances look to increase early next week and temperatures look even cooler.
  • 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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