A calm and mild start to the work week in southern Colorado
With no sign of rain or snow early this week in southern Colorado, Monday will be beautiful from the Palmer Divide area to the Raton Mesa area. Daytime highs will be similar to what we saw on Sunday, peaking in the 50s and 60s.
Colorado Springs Forecast: High: 61; a little: 31. Add an extra layer to your clothes this morning, but be prepared to shed those layers this afternoon as daytime temperatures will rise into the 60s across the Pikes Peak region.
Pueblo Expectations: High: 65; a little: 27. A nice and mild start to the week, with light southerly breezes and plenty of sunshine for Monday.
Canon City Forecast: high: 64; a little: 38. Mild and sunny, with light and variable winds across eastern Fremont County on Monday.
Woodland Park Forecast: high: 56; a little: 28. Don’t forget a jacket or winter coat this morning when you head out the door. Sunshine and moderate highs in the mid 50s will follow this afternoon.
Triple Lakes Forecast: high: 1950s and 1960s; a little: 20 sec / 30 sec. We’ll see a bright and mild start to the week across southern Colorado, with some great weather Monday afternoon in the Tri Lakes area.
Plains Forecast: high: 1960s and 1970s; a little: 20 sec / 30 sec. Warm and sunny, but beware of a stormy start to the week across the eastern Plains. Peak southerly winds today may reach 30 mph in some areas.
Forecast for Walsenburg and Trinidad: high: 1950s and 1960s; a little: 20 sec / 30 sec. A mild, sunny to mostly sunny start to the week for the I-25 southbound corridor, with afternoon temperatures rising into the 50s and 60s.
Mountain Forecast: High: 40 sec / 50 sec; a little: 20 seconds / 30 seconds. Monday’s forecast will bring a mix of dry skies, sunshine and comfortable temperatures to the mountains, with our highs today looking to peak in the 40s and 50s.
Extended forecast forecast:
After a few great days earlier this week, a powerful storm system moving toward the California coast will bring stronger wind gusts to southern Colorado late this week. Wind speeds on Thursday will be around 25-35 mph, with a potential high fire danger due to the dry, windy and warm forecast.
A quick look at the weekend forecast shows a bit of rain possible on Saturday, and a wintry mix or light snow on Sunday.
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