Tonight: Scattered showers and thunderstorms continue to develop along a boundary line currently situated north of HWY 50 and is moving southeast. This line of thunderstorms is sub-severe, but still producing strong wind gusts and heavy rainfall. Expect the thunderstorms to move east through the remainder of the evening then gradually exit Colorado overnight. Clear conditions in Colorado Springs with low temperatures to 59 degrees and Pueblo to 61.
Monday: Mostly sunny skies to start the morning with increasing clouds during the late morning and early afternoon. Temperatures reaching a few degrees above seasonal averages, to 90 in Colorado Springs and 96 in Pueblo. Isolated thunderstorms will develop along I-25 after 1pm with the chance for one or two stronger storms, but the overall coverage of the storms is looking quite low, so I'd anticipate most locations actually staying rain free.
Extended: The name of the game this week, daily afternoon thunderstorms. Chance thunderstorms through Friday with slightly above average high temperatures in Colorado Springs. So if you're looking to do any outdoor activities, safe to plan for the morning hours.
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