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Tonight: Much of the I-25 and HWY 50 corridors will see scattered showers and thunderstorms through the evening. The main concern with the storms tonight will be flash flooding threat for higher terrain burn scar areas due to the slow movement of storms. Storms taper off around midnight then skies become partly cloudy with temps in the 40's and 50's.

Thursday: The recent trend of morning sunshine and scattered afternoon thunderstorms continue. Increasing cloud coverage through the day, capping high temperatures near seasonal averages, low 70s in Colorado Springs, and closer to 80 in Pueblo. One of two of the storms that develop may become a bit strong to severe around the Pikes Peak region and Palmer Divide areas.

Extended: Expect to see warming as we head into the weekend forecast. Temperatures flirting with 10-15 degrees above average in central/southern Colorado, into the mid 80s in Colorado Springs and even 90s along HWY 50. Unfortunately it'll be hard to enjoy the summertime temperatures with daily afternoon showers and thunderstorms.

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Merry Matthews

Merry is KRDO’s chief meteorologist. Learn more about Merry here.