Tonight: Hit and miss showers and weak thunderstorms are currently moving south through central/southern Colorado. Overall severity of the storms tonight are low, but one thunderstorm did produce over an inch of precipitation across the Spring Creek burn scar prompting the National Weather Service to issue a Flash Flood Warning for the area till 7:45pm. The precipitation will continue to move south through the evening, gradually coming to an end along the I-25 corridor after 10pm. Low temperatures tonight to 56 in Colorado Springs and 60 in Pueblo.
Sunday: Starting the morning mostly sunny with the classic Colorado trend of increasing clouds and afternoon thunderstorms. High temperatures will be slightly cooler than average, only reaching 83 degrees in Colorado Springs and 89 in Pueblo. But it is more likely that a few storms will be severe in El Paso/ Pueblo Counties, with the potential for hail and strong wind gusts. Approximate timing of the thunderstorms in for Colorado Springs is between 4-7pm.
Extended: Daily afternoon precipitation chances is the name of the game for the week ahead. Expect to see scattered afternoon thunderstorms at least through Wednesday. High temperatures warming back into the low 90s in Colorado Springs and high 90s/low 100s across HWY 50.
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