Latest Update: August 12th, 2022- 5:45 PM

SATURDAY: It’s going to be a nice day to spend time outside with plenty of sun and warm afternoon temps. Blue skies will lead to a quick warm up during the morning, with light breezes across southern Colorado. Highs will reach for 80s – 90s for many spots. A few spots across the southeast will get close to 100°.

We’ll also stay mainly dry with isolated storms during the afternoon and evening, mainly west of the divide. We could see a rogue storm or two in our local mountains and foothills, but I think most of the region will stay dry.

SUNDAY: Sunday will be toasty once again with sunshine and a dry start to the day. This looks to be the hottest day of the week before some relief arrives. Plan on afternoon temps in the 90s for many southern Colorado spots, with low 100s into the plains. By the afternoon, clouds increase and storm chances increase as well as better monsoon moisture returns. We’ll see the best chances for a few storms around dinnertime for norther parts of the Pikes Peak Region and areas west of the Front Range.

EXTENDED: Better chances for storms roll into southern Colorado beginning Monday and stretching into at least the middle of next week. Temperatures will turn cooler as well with highs only in the 70s in many areas by Wednesday.

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