11 Breaking Weather Team Forecast Discussion
Meteorologist Emily Roehler
Tuesday, August 19th
We're tracking scattered storms around the Pikes Peak region and Southern I-25 corridor this afternoon. Storms will continue to form to the west and track east through early evening bringing the continued chance for a spotty storm across most of the I-25 corridor. Not everyone will see rain... however, if you are impacted by one of the storms, lightning, gusty wind, and locally heavy rain will be possible. Expect conditions to gradually clear though the evening, especially past 8pm.
Wednesday will bring the returning chance for a spotty storm to the Pikes Peak region and the southern I-25 corridor in the afternoon - very hit or miss - along with slightly cooler temperatures.
Thursday will be the direst day of the week ahead by far. Clouds will be on the increase once again for the afternoon but most areas will see a dry day, and a slightly cooler one too.
Better rain chances return Friday and continue for the Pikes Peak Region and areas to the west through the weekend, though these storms will be very hit or miss. Our cool down continues too with temperatures falling into the mid 70s and 80s by Sunday.
The beginning of next week looks to continue our trend of cooler and potentially damp afternoons.
- Average High: 81
- Average Low: 56
- Record High/Year: 95/2002
- Record Low/Year: 43/1960
- Date: August 18th, 2014
- Sunrise: 6:15am
- Sunset: 7:49pm
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