Back into the 80s on Sunday, with dry skies in southern Colorado

Today’s forecast:
The last Sunday of summer will be warm for Southern Colorado, with temperatures expected to be as much as 5-10 degrees higher today than yesterday. Some moderate clouds will roll in from the mountains this afternoon, and no local rain is expected for the next 12 to 24 hours.

Colorado Springs Forecast: High: 80; a little: 51. Sunny and cool mornings will give way to a partly cloudy and warm afternoon as today’s high temperature looks set to rise to near 80 degrees.

Pueblo Expectations: High: 84; a little: 51. After a cool and breezy morning, we can expect some late-summer warmth to return to our forecast today as highs look toward the mid-80s.

Canon City Forecast: high: 82; a little: 55. Early sunny skies will give way to a warm and partly cloudy afternoon, with a light south wind around 10 mph.

Woodland Park Forecast: high: 72; a little: 42. A near-perfect weather day in Woodland Park, with light winds, dry skies and comfortable temperatures in our forecast.

Triple Lakes Forecast: high: 1970s; a little: 40 seconds / 50 seconds. With another great day on the horizon on Sunday, we’ll be two for two in the weather department this weekend in the Tri-Lakes area.

Plains Forecast: high: 1980s; a little: 40 seconds / 50 seconds. After a very comfortable Saturday, the weather today will be warmer, with temperatures in the mid to upper 80s on the Plains.

Forecast for Walsenburg and Trinidad: high: 1970s and 1980s; a little: 40 seconds / 50 seconds. A warm and dry end to the weekend, with some moderate clouds expected this afternoon and evening.

Mountain Forecast: High: 1950s and 1960s; a little: 30 seconds / 40 seconds. This morning’s sunshine will give way to a partly cloudy and warmer afternoon. Some light rain will be possible in the San Juan Mountains, but no rain is expected today in the southeastern mountains.

Extended forecast forecast:
Overall, there won’t be a lot of excitement this week regarding the weather in Southern Colorado. Temperatures will be warmer than average this week, with temperatures in the 70s and 80s on the plains and 60s in the mountains. Some of the energy coming out of the mountains on Tuesday could bring isolated rain to parts of the I-25 corridor.

The next cold front will arrive late Friday or early Saturday, with breezy, dry weather ahead of the front and some rain possible behind it.

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