Tonight: Scattered showers and thunderstorms through the early evening along the I-25 corridor with the potential for one or two strong to severe thunderstorms. But the vast majority of the severe weather this evening will be in the eastern plains across HWY 50, hence the severe thunderstorm watches. Currently, a strong thunderstorm is moving south through Crowley County producing quarter size hail and torrential rainfall. Residents of Crowley, Otero, and Bent Counties should watch this storm closely. The thunderstorms will move south through the evening, gradually coming to an end for all Colorado residents after midnight. Turning mostly clear with temperatures to 58 degrees in Colorado Springs and 62 in Pueblo.
Monday: Plenty of morning sunshine with temperatures warming to 87 degrees in Colorado Springs and 92 in Pueblo. Scattered afternoon showers will develop in the higher elevations and struggle to make it into valley locations. Still can't rule out a quick non-severe rain shower in Colorado Springs during the afternoon, but don't count on much.
Extended: The trend of chance afternoon showers and thunderstorms will continue for the week ahead. High temperatures fluctuating slightly above average, in the high 80s and low 90s in Colorado Springs this week.
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