11 Breaking Weather Team Forecast Discussion
Saturday, May 23rd
Storm activity will continue to quiet down this evening along the I-25 corridor... a line of storms exits the E Plains around 7pm... as these storms push E they'll bring heavy rain, small hail and strong winds. A tornado Watch remains in effect for the Plains until 7pm.
Sunday once again offers afternoon storm chances. These will be weaker as we do not have any organized sevre threat in southern Colorado. The morning will be dry, then the afternoon brings in storm chances to the Pikes Peak Region... farther S this will be very spotty.
Monday also offer afternoon storm chances... though these will be much more scattered and not everyone will see the chance for rain. With dry mornings and spotty afternoon storm, you'll still be able to get in some dry time outdoors! Highs will generally fall into the 60s and 70s these days.
Warmer temperatures settle in for Tuesday through Thursday with highs in the 70-80s. Slightly drier conditions also arrive through Wednesday.
- Average High: 71
- Average Low: 45
- Record High/Year: 90/2012
- Record Low/Year: 31/1931
- Date: Friday, May 22nd
- Sunrise: 5:41am
- Sunset: 8:10pm
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