Top 10 weather days Sunday with plenty of sunshine and above average temperatures.

Top 10 weather days Sunday with plenty of sunshine and above average temperatures.

Today’s forecast:
Sunny and dry again across southern Colorado, with stray showers in the extreme S Sangres region. Other than that, there are some clouds in the mountains this afternoon but no rain. The Draconid meteor shower reaches its peak tonight, and will be best viewed after sunset – not before sunrise. Look up and to the south. From 10 to 20 meteors visible per hour tonight, be sure to give your eyes time to adjust first.

Colorado Springs Forecast: High: 75; a little: 44.
Sunny and dry again. A few clouds in the evening with light northerly winds at 10 mph.

Pueblo Expectations: High: 79; a little: 44.
Dry and sunny with no cloud. Comfortable weather for jogging/jogging/hiking. Winds east at 10 mph.

Canon City Forecast: high: 79; a little: 48.
Morning sun, with mostly clear PM conditions and a couple of puffy clouds visible in the distance. Winds east at 10 mph. A good day for a walk or ride along the Arkansas River.

Woodland Park Forecast: high: 67; a little: 36.
Sunny during the morning with a few clouds in the evening, especially near the summits, with no rain in the picture and plenty of sun lasting all day. Winds northeast at 10 mph. A nice evening to spend along the Rampart Reservoir.

Triple Lakes Forecast: high: low 70s; a little: 40.
Clear, dry, warm and sunny. Winds are northwesterly, 10 knots. Nice for road cycling.

Plains Forecast: high: low 80s; a little: Low 40s.
Warm and sunny, winds light and variable. Riding the hay and picking pumpkins will be relaxing, as will relaxing on the patio!

Forecast for Walsenburg and Trinidad: high: 75; a little: 44.
Sunny and dry during the morning, with sunny to partly cloudy skies in the afternoon – more clouds the further south you go. Good evening, open the windows. Winds north at 10 mph. Passing showers are possible on the La Veta pass.

Mountain Forecast: High: 1960s; a little: 30 seconds.
Sunny this morning with PM clouds appearing, especially in the south: south of Sangres, high points on Rutabat, extreme south of Sawatch. Bathing is possible along the CO/NM border at Sangres. Otherwise, a dry afternoon with rain not in the forecast. The night is cool with clear skies – good for sky watching (and meteor viewing).

Extended forecast forecast:

A similar type of dry and above normal temperatures await us on Monday with temperatures still 5-12 degrees above average. Once again, plenty of sunshine, but with a few more clouds than today during the afternoon. More cloud cover arrives on Tuesday as upwelling arrives. Isolated mountain showers are possible but the Front Range Pass should remain dry.

A low pressure area approaches from the northwest Wednesday into Thursday, swinging a cold front across Colorado in the process. This classic rain-type frontal system will bring us high-altitude rain and snowflakes, and introduce a cold, crisp air mass that will make next weekend feel more like October. We’re dry again heading into next weekend.

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