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A drier weather pattern will begin spreading across eastern Colorado today, though enough moisture will remain in place for isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms, mainly over the mountains. Heavy rain will still be possible with the stronger thunderstorms, with a flash flood threat continuing over the burn scars. Temperatures will remain cool over most locations today, but a quick warm up will then take place into the upcoming weekend, as temperatures return to above average. Highs will only warm into 60s and 70s over most locations today. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A drier weather pattern will begin spreading across eastern Colorado today, though enough moisture will remain in place for isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms, mainly over the mountains. Heavy rain will still be possible with the stronger thunderstorms, with an flash flood threat continuing over the burn scars. Temperatures will remain cool over most locations today, but a quick warm up will then take place into the upcoming weekend, as temperatures return to above average. Highs will only warm into 60s and 70s over most locations today. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A drier weather pattern will begin spreading across eastern Colorado today, though enough moisture will remain in place for isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms, mainly over the mountains. Heavy rain will still be possible with the stronger thunderstorms, with an flash flood threat continuing over the burn scars. Temperatures will remain cool over most locations today, but a quick warm up will then take place into the upcoming weekend, as temperatures return to above average. Highs will only warm into 60s and 70s over most locations today. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A drier weather pattern will begin spreading across eastern Colorado today, though enough moisture will remain in place for isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms, mainly over the mountains. Heavy rain will still be possible with the stronger thunderstorms, with an flash flood threat continuing over the burn scars. Temperatures will remain cool over most locations today, but a quick warm up will then take place into the upcoming weekend, as temperatures return to above average. Highs will only warm into 60s and 70s over most locations today. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

The moist air pattern over southern Colorado will start to diminish Thursday...although ample lingering moisture will still be in place through the day. A chance of showers and thunderstorms will develop across the region...with some threat of heavy rain on the southeast plains. For flood prone areas...such as area burn scars or other rain soaked areas on the plains...keep an eye on conditions for heavy rain or any accumulating water. Temperatures are going to stay below average another day...with much warmer readings ready to return Friday through the weekend. Highs Thursday will still be in the 60s and 70s in the high country...and the 70s to around 80 degrees elsewhere. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A moist and unstable airmass will remain in place over eastern Colorado today, with yet another round of showers and thunderstorms expected across the region, with a few of these storms possibly becoming severe over the southeast plains this afternoon and evening. Locally heavy rain will once again threaten the area, with an elevated threat for flash flooding continuing, especially over the burn scars. Area temperatures will remain below average across the eastern plains and near to slightly below average over the high country, as highs top out in the 60s to low 80s. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A moist and unstable airmass will remain in place over eastern Colorado today, with yet another round of showers and thunderstorms expected across the region, with a few of these storms possibly becoming severe over the southeast plains this afternoon and evening. Locally heavy rain will once again threaten the area, with an elevated threat for flash flooding continuing, especially over the burn scars. Area temperatures will remain below average across the eastern plains and near to slightly below average over the high country, as highs top out in the 60s to low 80s. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A moist and unstable airmass will remain in place over eastern Colorado today, with yet another round of showers and thunderstorms expected across the region, with a few of these storms possibly becoming severe over the southeast plains this afternoon and evening. Locally heavy rain will once again threaten the area, with an elevated threat for flash flooding continuing, especially over the burn scars. Area temperatures will remain below average across the eastern plains and near to slightly below average over the high country, as highs top out in the 60s to low 80s. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A Flood Warning is in effect for Las Animas County near La Junta until Wednesday afternoon. Thunderstorms, some possibly severe, may produce locally heavy downpours across southeastern Colorado through the evening. Look for a repeat of afternoon showers and thunderstorms on Wednesday. Temperatures will be in the 70s and 80s through the area. Do not drive through flooded roadways! Turn around don't drown! (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for Teller and El Paso Counties from Noon to Midnight. Thunderstorms, some possibly severe, may produce locally heavy downpours across southeastern Colorado this afternoon. High temperatures will remain in the 80's across most of the area. Do not drive through flooded roadways! Turn around don't drown! (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Ample moisture will remain available in the atmosphere for showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening Tuesday across southern and eastern Colorado. Locally heavy rainfall will again be a possibility...with the need to be alert for urban and small stream flooding...as well as flash flooding over area burn scars. Monitor local media...our website at http://weather.gov/pueblo ...and NOAA weather radio for the latest information. High temperatures are expected to be a few degrees cooler than Mondays readings as the mercury climbs to the 60s to mid 70s in the high country...and the mid 70s and 80s over the lower elevations. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Showers and thunderstorms are expected again across southeastern Colorado this afternoon and evening. Some thunderstorms may produce locally heavy rainfall. Local area burn scars will need to be monitored for flash flooding. Please use caution if you plan on being in or around these areas. Monitor local media, our website, and NOAA weather radio for the latest information. High temperatures today will be similar to yesterday with mid 80's across the eastern plains and the San Luis Valley. Expect 60's in the mountains. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Thunderstorms are expected again Monday afternoon and evening across southern and eastern Colorado. Ample moisture will remain in place for the chance of locally heavy rain...and areal flooding and flash flooding will be possible. The pattern could also support a few severe thunderstorms...producing large hail and strong wind over the eastern mountains and plains. Temperatures are going to stay around average over the central mountains and southern valleys with readings in the 70s to lower 80s...but will be below average over the eastern mountains and plains...with highs in the 70s in the mountains and the upper 70s and 80s on the plains. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Active weather will continue across eastern Colorado into the middle of next week, with showers and thunderstorms possible each day. Locally heavy rain will be possible with these storms. This will keep an elevated flash flooding threat over southeastern Colorado. Especially over local burn scars and areas that have recently received heavy rainfall. Area temperatures will be below average over most locations, with highs today only warming into the 70s and 80s across the eastern plains and 60s and 70s over the high country. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

An active weather pattern will spread across eastern Colorado into the middle of next week, with a chance for showers and thunderstorms developing over the region each day. Locally heavy rain will be possible with these storms, with an elevated threat for flooding and flash flooding developing, especially over the burn scars. Area temperatures will cool back to well below average over most locations, with highs on Sunday only warming into the 70s and 80s across the eastern plains and 60s and 70s over the high country. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Scattered showers and thunderstorms are possible across southeastern Colorado this weekend. Locally heavy rainfall will be possible. This will increase the chance of flash flooding across the area. Especially in and around area burn scars. Temperatures will continue a cooling trend through Monday. Today will be the warmest day of the weekend. High temperatures will be in the mid to upper 90's across the eastern plains, in the 80's along I-25 and in the San Luis Valley, and 60's in the mountains. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A cold front will push across eastern Colorado tonight into early Saturday morning. A period of unsettled weather will spread across the state behind this front, with an increased chance for precipitation developing area wide into the first half of next week. The threat for heavy rain will also increase during this period, with an elevated flash flooding threat expected over the burn scars. Area temperatures will be noticeably cooler over most locations through the middle of next week, as temperatures cool back to below average. Highs on Saturday will run about 10 degrees cooler than Friday's readings, with temperatures reaching into the 80s to mid 90s across the eastern plains and 60s to low 80s over the high country. Even cooler weather is in store over the eastern plains for Sunday. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Expect another day of hot weather across eastern Colorado. Slightly cooler air will move into the state this weekend thanks to a weak cold front will move across the region early Saturday. Today, expect isolated to widely scattered showers and thunderstorms, with the best chances remaining in and near the mountains. Moisture will increase area wide behind the cold front this weekend and remain through early next week. This will lead to a better chance for precipitation developing over most areas. The threat for heavy rain will also increase, with an elevated flash flooding threat expected near the burn scars. Temperatures will warm into the 90s to around 100 over the eastern plains today, with 70s and 80s expected over the high country including the Pikes Peak region. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Another day of hot weather is in store across eastern Colorado, before slightly cooler air begins working back across the state during the upcoming weekend, as a weak cold front pushes across the region late Friday night into Saturday morning. Enough moisture will remain in place over the area on Friday to bring isolated to widely scattered showers and thunderstorms to the region, with the best chances remaining in and near the mountains. Moisture will increase area wide behind the cold front through early next week, with a better chance for precipitation developing over most areas. The threat for heavy rain will also increase, with an elevated flash flooding threat expected near the burn scars. Area temperatures will warm into the 90s to around 100 over the eastern plains on Friday, with 70s and 80s expected over the high country including the Pikes Peak region. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Another day of hot weather is in store across eastern Colorado, before slightly cooler air begins working back across the state during the upcoming weekend, as a weak cold front pushes across the region late Friday night into Saturday morning. Enough moisture will remain in place over the area on Friday to bring isolated to widely scattered showers and thunderstorms to the region, with the best chances remaining in and near the mountains. Moisture will increase area wide behind the cold front through early next week, with a slightly better chance for precipitation developing over most areas. Area temperatures will warm into the 90s to around 100 over the eastern plains on Friday, with 70s and 80s expected over the high country including the Pikes Peak region. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)