Cooler, more comfortable weather on the way

Michele Stevens
July 25, 2018

Partly cloudy Friday with highs in the mid to upper 70s.

Wednesday will be hot even though a cold front will be slowly sagging its way into northern Kansas later in the day.

Most of the day should be dry but the risk for storms will rapidly increase by the evening and especially overnight.

A cold front will begin to push through Tuesday. Any of the developing storms will be capable of very heavy rainfall along with frequent lightning.

REST OF THE WEEKEND AND NEXT WEEK: An upper-level trough will settle over the state by Sunday, with temperatures taking a slight tumble.

Tuesday: Elevated rain chances continue.


Starting Thursday, the stalled system will dissipate which should result in more sunshine, higher temperatures & lower (but still possible) rain chances.

This means Thursday brings much needed dry time to the region.

Scattered thunderstorms will develop across the Tennessee Valley this afternoon and early evening.

Today: A few a.m. showers, scattered p.m. showers/storms. Storms should clear El Paso, Pueblo and western Las Animas counties generally after 5pm and move east and southeast to the Kansas border.

Show us what the weather looks like in your neighborhood. While flooding is possible through Canon City, rain looks heavier north and south of the city. Storms become more isolated and fewer in number by the end of the week with highs warming back to the lower 90s.

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