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Bright, breezy, and a touch cooler

Today’s Forecast:

A brighter day with more abundant sunshine. A cold front will try to move into the area so temperatures will run a few degrees cooler, in the 40’s to near 50. A breezy day with gusts over 20 mph.

COLORADO SPRINGS: High – 43; Low – 17. A bright and breezy day with near average temperatures.

PUEBLO: High – 50; Low – 17. Near average with sunshine and breezy winds.

CANON CITY: High – 48; Low – 24. A breezy near average day with mainly sunny skies.

WOODLAND PARK: High – 39; Low – 13. Slightly cooler with bright skies and breezy winds.

TRI-LAKES: High – 40; Low – 10’s. Breezy and sunny with slightly cooler temperatures.

PLAINS: High – 40’s; Low – 20. A cooler day as a cold front pushes in with breezy winds.

WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: High – 50’s; Low – 20’s. A windy day with mainly sunny skies.

REST OF THE WEEK: Mainly clear tonight with lows in the 10’s and 20’s. Winds stay breezy, especially for the higher elevations. Monday will get a gusty day with blowing dust possible, especially for the plains and open areas. Gusts from the northwest will easily exceed 30 mph. We’ll have colder temperatures with highs in the 30’s and 40’s, feeling even colder with the wind. Snow will develop for the mountains and try to slip towards the higher elevations west of I-25. Most of the lower elevations look to stay dry with just a very small chance for a stray shower/flurry. The bigger concern will be the wind. We stay breezy for the rest of the week with temperatures warming back up. 50’s return by Wednesday. Thursday will be another gusty day. Models have some difference for the later part of the week. Snow showers will be abundant in the mountains. Some areas west of I-25 will have the best shot at seeing moisture. Lower elevations will have very minor chances for showers. 

Jessica Van Meter

Jessica Van Meter

Weekend Meteorologist at KOAA.
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