Colorado Springs, CO

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Hi: 80° Lo: 57°

Feels like 63°F
Precipitation: 100%
Humidity: 84%

Dewpoint: 58°
Heat Index: 63°
Wind Direction: WNW
Wind Speed: 6 mph

Sunrise: 05:37:26 am
Sunset: 08:27:37 pm

Showers and thunderstorms late. Highs in the low 80s and lows in the upper 50s.

5 PM


Humidity: 59%
Precip: 100%

6 PM


Humidity: 60%
Precip: 80%

7 PM


Humidity: 66%
Precip: 70%

8 PM


Humidity: 67%
Precip: 90%

9 PM


Humidity: 68%
Precip: 90%

10 PM


Humidity: 70%
Precip: 80%

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Thursday Evening, June 30th

Showers and storms will remain possible over Southern Colorado this evening. The strongest storms will likely remain confined to the Southeast Plains, where there is more fuel for them to tap.

Friday continues to look like the most active day. Storms will be more numerous and stronger, so be on the lookout anytime after 2pm. Hail, high wind, very heavy rain, and lightning will occur with the stronger storms.

More storms will be possible on Saturday, but most of them should remain confined to areas along and west of I-25. Lesser chances to the east...

Spotty storms will remain possible for Sunday and your Fourth of July, but they will be a lot less numerous than previous days, and mainly anchored to the higher terrain. Drier weather finally settles in by the middle of next week and temperatures heat back up.


Date June 29th
Average High 84
Average Low 55
Record High/Year 99/1990
Record Low/Year 44/1932
Sunrise 5:36 AM
Sunset 8:28 PM

Local Forecast

Posted: 1:07 PM - This afternoon begins an active 72 hours across Southern Colorado. Flash flooding will be a a concern over area burn scars due to the threat of heavy rainfall.

Posted: 10:10 AM - More widespread rain moves in to end the work week. Some storms could be severe.

Posted: 06/29/2016 - Tomorrow we will see cooler temperatures and widespread storms.

Updated: 06/29/2016 - Storm chances greatly increase across Southern Colorado Thursday into Friday.