11 Breaking Weather Team Forecast Discussion

Meteorologist Emily Roehler
Wednesday Night, July 30th

Cloud cover will remain persistent through the rest of the day, this will help keep temperatures down, mainly in the 60s, for southeast Colorado. The afternoon and evening will offer on and off showers with localized areas of heavy rain possible. Because of the chance for periods of heavy rain, combined with already saturated ground, our flash flood risk will be elevated this afternoon and evening and we'll be keeping a close watch on all area burn scars.

We'll begin a gradual warm up Thursday on as chances for storms become more spotty. Mid-70s in the Springs to 80s in Pueblo look to return for the weekend with a drier forecast on tap. The warming trend will continue through Monday, seeing a return to the 80s for the Springs.

Chances for rain return Monday and last through mid-week with temperatures cooling back to the mid-70s to low 80s.

The potential for wet afternoons this week means the threat for flash flooding will remain quite high. Keep informed by following us on social media (KKTV 11 Weather, KKTV 11 News) and visiting kktv.com/weather. And, of course, catch us on TV, too!
  • Average High: 84
  • Average Low: 57
  • Record High/Year: 96/2006
  • Record Low/Year: 48/2009
  • Date: July 31st, 2014
  • Sunrise: 5:59am
  • Sunset: 8:11pm

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