Aug 3, 2013 5:09 PM by Meteorologist Stephanie Ortmann
Southern Colorado will dry out overnight from west to east as the storms gradually work their way into Kansas. The threat for storms lowers as we head into the new week. Isolated showers and storms are possible Sunday through Tuesday over the lower elevations with scattered storms possible in the mountains. The next best chance for rain arrives again Wednesday. After Wednesday, a drier weather pattern take over the region keeping storm chances at 20% or less.
Highs over the next 7 days will stay near average for this time of year in the 80s/90s in most spots.
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