11 Breaking Weather Team Forecast Discussion
Thursday, January 29th
Today will be significantly cooler than the past few afternoons...with highs topping primarily in the upper 30s/lower 40s for southeast Colorado. Most of us are dealing with pretty thick cloud cover to start the day...expect clouds to thicken throughout the afternoon with breezy conditions at times. There is the slight chance that a couple flurries develop in Teller, Custer, or Fremont Counties this afternoon... but we are expecting majority to stay dry through today.
Rain/snow chances get better for Friday as a system pushes in from the southwest. Best chance for snow will be in Huerfano and Las Animas Counties...with the I-25 corridor and eastern plains picking up on the chance of this wintry mix later on Friday.
By the start of the weekend this system will make a push further into Southern Colorado and we'll see more widespread chances for rain and snow along with a drop in temperatures to the 30s and 40s. As it looks right now, best chances for rain and snow will occur further south, recent model runs have decreased chances for the Pikes Peak Region.
This system we are tracking for the end of the work week and into the weekend is not set in stone...we are continuing to track changes and will adjust the forecast throughout the rest of the week so stay tuned!
Dry weather and seasonal temperatures in the 40-50s look to return for early next work week.
- Average High: 43
- Average Low: 18
- Record High/Year: 67/1986
- Record Low/Year: -10/1895
- Date: Wednesday, January 27th
- Sunrise: 7:08am
- Sunset: 5:16pm
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