Monday, May 30th
As the I-25 corridor clears out this evening stronger storms have remained to the east. Most of the activity will move east into Western Kansas by 8pm.
Models continue to hint at widespread, and the potential for locally heavy rainfall beginning Tuesday night and lingering into Wednesday morning. However, they are not in agreement where the heaviest rain will fall. Hi-resolution models bring a slug of moisture through Colorado Springs to Pueblo, before shifting rain east along the Plains. Low resolution models keep the rainfall on the I-25 corridor. Someone will get a good dose of rainfall and this will be our best chance to see rainfall this week, but the finer details are yet to be ironed out. With the cold front push through, temps will cool into the 60s and 70s both days.
We will warm back up on Thursday with another chance for spotty evening storms in the Pikes Peak Region before drying out Friday and Saturday. Weekend high temps will be in the 80s and 90s!