11 Breaking Weather Team Forecast Discussion
Monday, August 31st
A few showers and storms will be roaming the area through early evening. Brief heavy rain, lightning, and some wind will accompany the stronger storms. The best threat for rain will remain mainly north of HWY 50. After the storms clear, the rest of the night should remain quiet.
We'll have a few spotty storms possible for Tuesday afternoon, with highs still staying in the 80-90s. Storms won't be as numerous Tuesday, so some of us in southeastern Colorado will stay completely dry.
Our forecast for the second half of the week stays pretty dry, with temperatures staying at or above average through Friday in the 80-90s.
A slight cool down returns this weekend, with temperatures ranging from the 60-70s in the mountains, to 70-80s for the I-25 corridor and southeastern Plains on Saturday and Sunday. Some thunderstorms and active weather will be possible as well.
- Average High: 80
- Average Low: 53
- Record High/Year: 93/1985
- Record Low/Year: 38/1910
- Date: Monday, August 31st
- Sunrise: 6:27am
- Sunset: 7:32pm
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