Latest Update: July 4th, 2022- 5:35 PM

TONIGHT: Best chances for showers and an isolated storm from Pueblo to Colorado Springs will be during the evening. Areas along/west of I-25, and along Hwy 50, could see brief heavy rain and flash flood potential through the evening. The north side of the Springs into the Palmer Divide region could see a stronger storm or period of heavy rain during the evening & closer to sunset.

Best storm chances will be through sunset, with a few showers lingering late. Closer to midnight, most activity shuts down completely. We’ll keep partly cloudy skies through the night. Temps fall to 50s – 60s for most of southern Colorado.

TUESDAY: Storm chances increase for southern Colorado Tuesday as a weak wave moves through in the flow and brings us some better monsoon moisture again. It will be a mild and cloudy start to the day, with afternoon warmth. Highs reach into 80s and 90s for many Front Range spots, with near triple digits for parts of the plains. Scattered showers/storms develop during the afternoon and become more active through the evening. We’ll watch for slow-moving rain and good downpours through the second half of the day. A few storms may turn severe. Flash flooding continues to be a threat with these moisture-rich storms.

EXTENDED: We’ll get a slight temperature drop Wednesday as scattered storms remain each afternoon. Highs will still warm to 80s and 90s for the region. By Friday and into the weekend, a drying trend build back in and so does the heat! We’ll be on record or near-record watch for the weekend. Stay tuned!

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