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Wednesday Evening Weather: Much colder air tomorrow

Tonight’s Forecast:

It’s been the mildest day of the week! Therefore, we’ll have the mildest evening of the week before we cool off quickly behind a cold front. With some cloud cover in place tonight and milder temps reached today, we should keep lows just a few degrees above previous nights. We’re looking to hit the mid to upper teens for most.

COLORADO SPRINGS: Low – 14, High – 25. Partly cloudy skies tonight. Clouds continue Thursday with much colder temperatures.

PUEBLO: Low – 16, High – 30. Cold and partly cloudy overnight. Much colder tomorrow with mostly cloudy skies.

CANON CITY: Low – 19, High – 33. Partly cloudy and cold tonight. More clouds and very cold on Thursday.

WOODLAND PARK: Low – 11, High – 30. Some clouds and cold overnight. Very cold tomorrow with mostly cloudy skies.

TRI-LAKES: Low – 10, High – 20’s. Cold tonight with clouds at times. Chilly on Thursday with clouds.

PLAINS: Low – 10’s, High – 30. Areas of clouds overnight. Much colder tomorrow.

WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: Low – 10’s, High – 30. Areas of clouds tonight. Colder temperatures Thursday with a good deal of cloud cover.

NEXT SEVERAL DAYS: The effects of a cold front will be the main story for Thursday. Highs will only be in the 20’s to low 30’s behind that front with clouds in place. Winds could be breezy at times, giving us a windchill on top of the cold. It does look to be the coldest of the next several days. A warming trend begins for us on Friday with highs creeping back into the 30’s and low 40’s. We’ll still keep an eye on a system that looks to pass to our south on Friday. Clouds will be around, but precipitation chances will be very minimal for us. The mountains will see some decent snow with this system. Skies clear quickly heading into the weekend and the start of the new week. High temperatures increase towards the 50’s by Monday and Tuesday.

Jessica Van Meter

Jessica Van Meter

Weekend Meteorologist at KOAA.
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