Partly cloudy tonight and cool as temps fall off into the lower 40s. Any leftover showers and storms on the Eastern Plains will diminish in the evening after the sun sets. On Sunday, we’ll wake up to sunshine with some areas of patchy fog East of I-25. By the afternoon, clouds will build and provide a slight chance for an afternoon shower in the Pikes Peak Region and the Eastern Plains. Pueblo and Canon City should remain dry with scattered clouds. High will be in the lower 70s for Colorado Springs and lower 80s for Pueblo and the Plains.
COLORADO SPRINGS: High – 74; Low – 49. Increasing clouds, slight chance for an afternoon shower.
PUEBLO: High – 80; Low – 43. Mostly sunny and warm!
CANON CITY: High – 76; Low – 43. Partly Cloudy with a slight chance for an afternoon shower.
WOODLAND PARK: High – 64; Low – 35. Increasing clouds, slight chance for an afternoon shower.
TRI-LAKES: High – 60s; Low – 30s. Increasing clouds, slight chance for an afternoon shower.
PLAINS: High – 80s; Low – 40s. Mostly sunny skies with a slight chance for an afternoon shower.
WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: High – 70s; Low – 40s. Mostly sunny skies with a slight chance for an afternoon shower.
Monday will be the last day to enjoy sunny skies and warm temps in the 70s. By Monday night, a cold front begins to move into our area. At this time, it looks like it will stall along the Palmer Divide and keep the cool air north through Tuesday morning, but by Tuesday afternoon, we’ll be deeply entrenched in an unstable weather pattern that will last through out the work week. With cold air at the surface and a Pacific Storm system running moisture overtop, we’ll have the chance for rain showers and thunderstorms each day under mostly cloudy to completely overcast skies. Not great if you like sunshine, but a necessary component for springtime gardeners who are looking to get their plants off to a healthy start!