TONIGHT: After a record breaking day in the Springs and Pueblo we will be very slow to cool off… overnight lows will eventually reach into the 60s for most, 50s near the mountains under mainly clear skies.
WEEKEND: Our ridge of high pressure begins to break down after the end of the work week… through the weekend a trough builds in that will pull in some cooler air. Scattered storms move in Saturday, most likely for the Pikes Peak Region, with more widespread rain on Sunday. Highs will still hit the upper 80s to 90s Saturday with more 80s and 70s Sunday.
EXTENDED: Monday will be our coolest day with 70s and 80s for most and 60s near the mountains. Storm chances return as well… very spotty Saturday with more widespread chances Sunday and Monday. We’ll dry out into the middle of next week with climbing temperatures.