Autumn-like temperatures on Friday, with rain and scattered thunderstorms

Today’s forecast:
Showers and occasional thunderstorms will make for an active day of weather today across southern Colorado. The rain will come in waves, with frequent or intermittent showers continuing into the late afternoon. Drier air should begin to flow in from the north by this evening as precipitation eases from north to south late tonight.

Colorado Springs Forecast: High: 60; a little: 44. A cold and unsettled weekend for the Pikes Peak area, with rain and occasional thunderstorms continuing into early this evening.

Pueblo Expectations: High: 65; a little: 46. ​​It is rainy and cold today, and maximum temperatures are about 20 degrees Celsius below average for this time of year. The rain should end this evening, setting the stage for a dry weekend.

Canon City Forecast: high: 64; a little: 48. Rain and thunderstorms today in Cañon City. The rain is expected to subside this evening, with dry skies and cool temperatures during the night hours.

Woodland Park Forecast: high: 53; a little: 34. Today feels like autumn, with a cold and rainy weekend. High temperatures today will drop into the low 50s, with temperatures tomorrow rising by more than 10 degrees.

Triple Lakes Forecast: high: 1950s and 1960s; a little: 30 seconds / 40 seconds. Rain, scattered thunderstorms, and fall-like temperatures today in northern El Paso County. The rain is expected to gradually end this evening, and a cold night will follow.

Plains Forecast: high: 1960s; a little: 40 seconds / 50 seconds. Scattered rain and thunderstorms are expected for most of the day on the plains. Some briefly isolated storms could reach severe standards this afternoon, with 1 inch of hail and 60 mph winds the main threats.

Forecast for Walsenburg and Trinidad: high: 1950s and 1960s; a little: 30 seconds / 40 seconds. Heavy rain and isolated thunderstorms will make for a wet and unsettled end to the work week. Drier weather returns this weekend, along with some significant warmth.

Mountain Forecast: High: 1940s; a little: The twenties. Rain and snow in the mountains on Friday, with snow levels at times dropping to between 10,000 and 11,000 feet. The rain is expected to gradually end this evening.

Extended forecast forecast:
High pressure will return to the state on Saturday, setting the stage for a beautiful final weekend of summer. High temperatures on Saturday will rise by about 10-15 degrees, with patchy early fog giving way to afternoon sunshine. Sunday and Monday will be warmer, with temperatures likely in the 90s on the Plains.

It looks like the dry and warm weather will continue for most of next week. Some rain will be possible in the mountains during the week, with the best chance for a shower or thunderstorm next Tuesday.

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