Daily Rain Chances Continue This Week

Daily Rain Chances Continue This Week

Partly cloudy skies and not as warm. In fact, for the third straight day, flash flood warnings have been issued for parts of the area especially hard hit by repeated heavy rain.

Tonight: That line of showers and storms should move through from west to east during the evening, just ahead of the cold front, before rain chances diminish overnight.

Like Monday, storms will take advantage of plentiful tropical moisture and produce rainfall rates of 1 to 2 inches per hour.

REST OF THE WEEKEND AND NEXT WEEK: An upper-level trough will settle over the state by Sunday, with temperatures taking a slight tumble.

WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy. High 87.

The showers will be scattered moving in from the east through the afternoon and early evening, but don't cancel your plans and don't expect anything severe.

The area of low pressure that has created this unsettled pattern will begin to weaken late in the week and conditions will become more seasonable.

Today: A few a.m. showers, scattered p.m. showers/storms. Highs tomorrow should climb to near 80 inland, but mid-70s lakeside. With some even colder air aloft, we could touch off an isolated shower.

TRI-LAKES: High - 80s; Low - 50s.

We'll continue to monitor the storm potential closely and keep you updated! While flooding is possible through Canon City, rain looks heavier north and south of the city.

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