Apr 20, 2014 6:56 PM by John Dissauer
The water spigot that has been turned on for parts of southern Colorado over the weekend will begin to shut for the upcoming work week.
Scattered showers and a few thunderstorms were located of the southeastern Plains and the mountains of Fremont County as of 4:45pm MT Sunday. A small chance for showers will be possible throughout the evening for the entire KOAA viewing area. Once we get to 10pm, the chance for rain will dramatically decrease.
Overnight clouds should begin to thin turning skies mostly clear by early Monday morning. Lows will be in the 40°s. (Colorado Springs: 42° | Pueblo: 44°)
Monday brings mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies. There will be a 15% chance for an isolated shower over the central mountains and perhaps Teller County. The remainder of the area will remain dry Monday. Temperatures will top out in the 60°s and 70°s. (Colorado Springs: 65° | Pueblo: 71°)
WEEK AHEAD - MAINLY DRY
Winds begin to increase across the area Tuesday. Along with the wind, temperatures will also increase. Temperatures should reach the 70°s and 80°s during the afternoon.
As of today, the next chance for rain looks to come next weekend. The chance is small and it is not something I'd hold my breath over. Stay tuned! - Meteorologist John Dissauer