Tonight: Isolated showers possible across the higher elevations west of I-25 through the early evening with the potential for small bits of moisture to push into central El Paso County. The overall severity and coverage of the rain tonight will be low, so expect most locations to stay dry. Gradually turning mostly clear overnight with low temperatures to 59 in Colorado Springs and 60 in Pueblo.
Sunday: Mostly clear skies to start the day with increasing clouds through the late morning and early afternoon. The cloud coverage won't slow down the temperatures though, expect highs ranging 5-10 degrees above average for early August, to 93 in Colorado Springs and 101 in Pueblo. central/southern Colorado will see little to no chance for precipitation during the daytime. It's possible a few isolated showers develop during the evening across the higher terrain, but again the vast majority of Colorado will have a completely dry Sunday:
Extended: Hot temperatures continue into the start of next week with highs in the upper 80s and low 90s for Colorado Springs. Monday/Tuesday are looking like the most unsettled days, with scattered afternoon thunderstorms. But in classic Colorado fashion, they'll be hit or miss. So just keep and eye on the sky.
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