Saturday, July 23rd
**STRONGER STORMS WILL PRODUCE A LOT OF LIGHTNING**
Today will likely be the drier day of the weekend. Best storm chances will favor the mountains, and areas to the southeast of Trinidad. That said, a spotty storm or two may also impact the Pikes Peak Region. Temperatures will once again top out in the 90s for many areas at lower elevations.
Sunday may offer storms on a more widespread basis. We will also be watching for the potential of stronger storms Sunday afternoon and evening. The atmosphere may have a bit more fuel for more than our garden variety thunderstorms we've been experiencing. The morning will still be dry, with storms holding off until the afternoon. Temperatures will be a bit cooler too in the 80s to 90s.
Spotty to scattered storms will remain in the forecast along with cooler temperatures to start next work week...
|Record Low/Year||44/1961, 1914|