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Saturday Evening Forecast: Slow Clearing

Summary: Clouds will hang tough through Sunday, in part because a small storm now over Death Valley, will fill in some moisture Sunday, keeping clouds around, and for southern border counties, some flurries. Once that passes, then skies can clear up some, especially for Monday.

But, the jet stream level pattern will draw clouds over top the mountains Tuesday, and especially Wednesday & Thursday. As for temps, they will modify some, but not so warm as the previous rounds after storms.

TRI-LAKES: Low: 16, High: 33.  Clouds tonight. Mostly cloudy Sunday.

WOODLAND PARK: Low: 13, High: 32.  Cloudy tonight, mostly cloudy on Sunday.

COLORADO SPRINGS: Low: 22, High: 36.  Cloudy tonight, mostly cloudy Sunday.

CANON CITY: Low: 24. High: 38.  Cloudy tonight and mostly cloudy Sunday.

PUEBLO: Low: 24, High: 37.  Clouds and fog tonight. Mainly cloudy Sunday.

PLAINS: Low: 24, High: 39. Cloudy tonight with fog. Mainly cloudy Sunday.

WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: Low: 24, High: 37.  Cloudy tonight & Sunday. Flurries Sunday.

EXTENDED OUTLOOK:  Sunny Monday, mostly sunny Tuesday, fading Wednesday & Thursday, but with temps warming in to the 40s and 50s.

Jeff Matthews

Jeff Matthews

KOAA Meteorologist
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