Aug 13, 2014 5:41 PM by Meteorologist Valerie Abati
Through this evening/night moisture to the west will start to creep our way. This moisture could cause some flooding in areas of western Colorado, but by the time it gets to SE Colorado, the rain intensity will weaken.
Some areas will start with a bit of sunshine early Thursday, but through the afternoon most of us turn partly to mostly cloudy as scattered showers and t-showers take over the area. We won't see an all day rain, but some areas could see a heavy shower or two. With the clouds and rain chances around, temperatures will drop slightly for Thursday.
A few lingering showers early on Friday will be possible, but most of us start to dry out. This will lead to a weekend with only a few pop-up PM showers. From Friday through Sunday, you can expect partly sunny skies with temperatures hovering in the seasonable range. This means mid 80s for Springs, and low 90s for Pueblo.
Next week starts off fairly quiet as no big rain chances will be around and temperatures stay consistent.
Grab the umbrella Thursday morning... Meteorologist Valerie Abat
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