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Wednesday Weather: “Warmest” day of the week!

Today’s Forecast:
Enjoy today’s warm forecast because tomorrow, we’re back to the deep freeze! The funny thing about today, is that it will still feel very cold, especially under heavier cloud cover. The winds will be fairly light today meaning wind chills will not be an issue. Tonight, even under cloudy skies, we’ll see temperatures fall back to the mid teens with wind chills in the single digits.

COLORADO SPRINGS: High – 45; Low – 14. Mostly cloudy with a light wind and dry skies.

PUEBLO: High – 50; Low – 14. Mostly cloudy with a steady afternoon breezy and dry skies.

CANON CITY: High – 50; Low – 17. Mostly cloudy with a steady afternoon breezy and dry skies.

WOODLAND PARK: High – 42; Low – 9. Mostly cloudy with a light wind and dry skies.

TRI-LAKES: High – 40s; Low – 10s. Mostly cloudy with a light wind and dry skies.

PLAINS: High – 50s; Low – 10s. Mostly cloudy with a steady afternoon breezy and dry skies.

WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: High – 40s; Low – 10s. Mostly cloudy with a steady afternoon breezy and dry skies.


EXTENDED OUTLOOK:
An arctic high pressure system will slide down the Rockies tonight and settle in for Thursday. Highs will be in the mid 20s across the lower elevations but in the mountains above the cold air, we’ll should see wide spread low 30s. Friday looks dry across most of our region now with the snow chances remaining mostly south of the border. In southern Colorado on Friday through Saturday, really only Las Animas and Baca counties look to see light snowfall. Warmer air moves in through early next week with highs back to the 50s under more sunshine!

Sam Schreier

Sam Schreier

Sam Schreier is a meteorologist at KOAA in Colorado Springs Email: sschreier@koaa.com
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