Tonight: Isolated showers are currently developing along the Colorado/Kansas line and moving east. The overall severity of the precipitation is quite low and expect these showers to only be in Colorado briefly this evening. The I-25 corridor will likely deal with a decent cloud deck overnight with little to no chance of precipitation. Low temperatures to 60 degrees in Colorado Springs and into the low 60s along the HWY 50 corridor.
Monday: Starting off the day partly/mostly cloudy in El Paso/Pueblo Counties and I can't rule out a quick morning shower across the Palmer divide. The clouds and a weak cold front will be the main forecast components helping temperatures stay near seasonal averages during the afternoon. Reaching 87 degrees in Colorado Springs and 93 in Pueblo. Afternoon scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms will develop in along the Rampart range and move east through the evening. Again, the severity of any thunderstorm activity along the I-25 corridor will be very low.
Extended: Tuesday is the day to keep an eye on for the chance of strong to severe thunderstorms in central/southern Colorado. Then a gradual drying trend expected to kick in by Wednesday.
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