Slightly cooler Sunday, with a few scattered mountain snow showers


Tonight’s predictions:
A weak disturbance pushing into the western portion of Colorado tonight will spread some clouds locally in our forecast over the next 12-24 hours. Clouds are not expected to bring precipitation over the plains but will act as cover keeping overnight lows a little warmer than previous nights.

Colorado Springs Forecast: Low: 33; High: 57; A slightly cooler and cloudier day on Sunday, with near-seasonal temperatures for Colorado Springs.

Pueblo Forecast: Low: 31; High: 62; A weak storm pushing into the mountains will spread some clouds in our forecast, with slightly cooler highs expected for the end of the weekend.

Forecast of the city of Canon: Down: 38; High: 59; A calm but cooler end to the weekend, with daytime highs around Canon City expected to peak in the upper 50s and lower 60s.

Woodland Park Forecast: Down: 24; High: 46; After a chilly morning, Sunday afternoon cooling will not allow daytime highs in Teller County to warm up until the mid-40s. Brr.

Tri-Lakes Forecast: Down: 20s/30s; High: 50 years ; A little cloudier and a little cooler in the Palmer Divide area on Sunday, but dry as we end the weekend feeling more autumnal temperatures.

Plains Forecast: Down: 30s; High: 60s; A fairly typical fall day can be expected across the plains on Sunday. The lows will start in the 30s followed by the 60s for the highs for the day.

Forecast Walsenburg and Trinidad: Down: 20s/30s; High: 50 years ; We can expect a fall change on Sunday in the south lane of I-25, and with the cooling, I’d say it’s safe to call that forecast “sweata wheata” (joke comes from Saturday Night Live) .

Mountain Forecast: Low: 10s/20s; High: 30/40 years; If you head into the high country on Sunday, expect to feel the chill as temperatures will only warm up into the 30s and 40s. In addition to cool weather, a few spotty snow showers will be possible with little or no snowfall. ‘accumulation.

Long term forecast:
Weak highs early next week ahead of our next storm system will lead to warmer than average highs from Halloween through the middle of the week. For Halloween night, the weather will be perfect and not too scary, with temperatures dropping into the 50s in most areas after sunset.

Ahead of the potential for rain and snow on the weekend, the wind will pick up starting Tuesday, with potential high fire danger for the Plains through Wednesday.

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