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Low clouds will cover the eastern plains this morning...but skies should become mostly sunny by afternoon. Patchy morning fog will also linger over parts of the San Luis Valley...but that is expected to decrease around mid morning. Friday's high temperatures will be in the 70s in most areas...with upper 50s and 60s in the locations. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Patchy morning fog will be the start of the day..clearing out by noon for most areas. Look for temperatures in the afternoon to reach into the 70s for most areas..and the 60s for higher elevations. Overnight..temperatures will drop into the 40s and 50s for most areas. Some mountainous areas may reach the freezing mark overnight as the Autumnal Equinox approaches on Sunday. Weekend temperatures will increase into the 80s again for areas east of the I-25 corridor and into the 70s through higher elevations. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Rain showers and isolated thunderstorms are possible this afternoon across much of southern and eastern Colorado...with the best chance areas expected over the eastern mountains. Locally heavy rain that develops could raise concerns across the eastern burn scars. High temperatures should be noticeably cooler...as readings range in the 60s and 70s region-wide. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A cold front will push through eastern Colorado tonight into early Thursday morning, bringing a few more clouds and cooler temperatures back to the region. Moisture will increase somewhat behind this cold front, with a slightly better chance for precipitation developing across much of eastern Colorado into Thursday night. Locally heavy rain will be possible with the stronger thunderstorms, so persons living in and near the burn scars should remain weather alert. High temperatures on Thursday will be noticeably cooler than Wednesday's readings, with highs topping out generally in the 60s and 70s across the region. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

High pressure will bring a brief return of mostly dry and hot weather to the region on today, as highs warm into the 80s to low 90s over the southeast plains, with 60s and 70s expected over the high country. Enough moisture may still be available to mainly isolated mountain showers or thunderstorms, mainly along the Continental Divide. A weak cold front will push through the state Wednesday night, with cooler weather expected again Thursday and Friday. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

High pressure will bring a brief return of mostly dry and hot weather to the region on Wednesday, as highs warm into the 80s to low 90s over the southeast plains, with 60s and 70s expected over the high country. Enough moisture may still be available to mainly isolated mountain showers or thunderstorms, mainly along the Continental Divide. A weak cold front will push through the state Wednesday night, with cooler weather expected again by Thursday. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

High pressure will bring a brief return of mostly dry and hot weather to the region on Wednesday, as highs warm into the 80s to low 90s over the southeast plains, with 60s and 70s expected over the high country. Enough moisture may still be available to mainly isolated mountain showers or thunderstorms, mainly along the Continental Divide. A weak cold front will push through the state Wednesday night, with cooler weather expected again by Thursday. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Expect warmer temperatures and drier conditions across southeastern Colorado Tuesday and Wednesday. Temperatures will warm to the 80's along and east of I-25. Expect 70's in the San Luis Valley and 50-60 degrees in the mountains. There will be a slight chance of an isolated mountain shower, but expect dry conditions in most locations. A cold front will move through the area on Thursday bringing fall-like temperatures into the region through Friday. Isolated rain showers and thunderstorms remain possible over higher elevations. Temperatures will drop into the 70s and low 80s through the Plains and in the 60s to near 70 through the mountains. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Expect overall drier conditions Monday afternoon as drier air slowly begins to move in to the region. Isolated showers and possibly a thunderstorm are possible during the afternoon hours. Temperatures will be in the 70's across most locations except for the mountains. 50's and 50's can be expected at most locations below 11 thousand feet. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A cold front pushed through eastern Colorado overnight, with a moist and unstable airmass spreading across the region in its wake. This will set the stage today for areas of showers and thunderstorms to develop across much of eastern Colorado, with a widespread threat for locally heavy rain developing. The best chances for heavy rain were along and west of the interstate 25 corridor and across the far southern sections of the southeast plains, near the frontal boundary. With the heavy rain, an elevated threat for flash flooding is expected across the burn scars and over areas already saturated from recent heavy rains. Persons living in or near these areas should remain weather alert. Area rivers are already running high from recent rains. Additional rains today over the Pikes Peak and lower Arkansas River Valley could lead to additional spikes in river levels. Those planning outdoor activities near the rivers should be prepared to move to higher ground should the ne! ed arise. Area temperatures will be below average across southeast Colorado today, with highs generally warming into the 60s and 70s, with some 50s over the higher mountain locations. For the latest information on watches and warnings across southeast Colorado, please visit out web page at www.weather.gov/pueblo (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A cold front pushed through eastern Colorado overnight, with a moist and unstable airmass spreading across the region in its wake. This will set the stage today for areas of showers and thunderstorms to develop across much of eastern Colorado, with a widespread threat for locally heavy rain developing. The best chances for heavy rain were along and west of the interstate 25 corridor and across the far southern sections of the southeast plains, near the frontal boundary. With the heavy rain, an elevated threat for flash flooding is expected across the burn scars and over areas already saturated from recent heavy rains. Persons living in or near these areas should remain weather alert. Area rivers are already running high from recent rains. Additional rains today over the Pikes Peak and lower Arkansas River Valley could lead to additional spikes in river levels. Those planning outdoor activities near the rivers should be prepared to move to higher ground should the ne! ed arise. Area temperatures will be below average across southeast Colorado today, with highs generally warming into the 60s and 70s, with some 50s over the higher mountain locations. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A storm system will move across northern Colorado overnight tonight and bring a cold front through the region Sunday morning. Moisture will increase area wide behind this front, with heavy rain and flash flooding being the main threats from this system. Recent burn scars will need to be watched for flash flooding throughout the day. Please monitor our website, NOAA weather radio, and local news media for updates. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A low pressure system will approach Colorado from the northwest today. Ahead of this system, warmer air will briefly spread back over the region today. Enough moisture will remain in place across the state today for isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms, mainly in and near the mountains. The low was then expected to push over eastern Colorado tonight, dragging a cold front through the region by Sunday morning. Moisture will increase area wide behind this front, with an elevated threat for heavy rain and flash flooding returning to the region into Sunday night, especially in and near the burn scars and other areas already saturated from recent heavy rains. Please monitor our website, NOAA weather radio, and local news media for updates. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

After a brief period of relatively drier conditions across southeastern Colorado, a cold frontal passage will bring moisture back to the region Sunday afternoon. Scattered showers and thunderstorms, with locally heavy rains, will be possible across all of southeastern Colorado Sunday afternoon. Flash flooding will be possible in and along area burn scars and other areas prone to flooding. Please monitor our website, NOAA weather radio, and local news media for updates. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Areas of rain, with pockets of heavy rain possible, will continue this morning across the region. Moisture will then decrease somewhat across the state this afternoon. This will help to diminish the threat for widespread heavy rain over the region this afternoon, though some stronger storms producing locally heavy rain will still be possible. Temperatures will remain below average across eastern Colorado, with highs only warming into the 60s and 70s. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Areas of rain, with areas of heavy rain possible, will continue this morning across the region. Moisture will then decrease somewhat across the state this afternoon. This will help to diminish the threat for widespread heavy rain across the region this afternoon, though some stronger storms producing locally heavy rain will still be possible. Temperatures will remain below average across the region, with highs only warming into the 60s and 70s. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

The low pressure center over Nevada will remain in place Friday...continuing to draw deep tropical moisture into Colorado. The threat of heavy rain should ease region wide...although some locally heavy rain could still occur. In the event of heavy rain...flash flooding could develop again across area burn scars. Stay tuned to NOAA weather radio, our web site at www.weather.gov/pueblo...and local media for the latest forecasts and advisories across the region. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Low pressure centered over Nevada will continue to bring monsoonal moisture in to the southwestern United States. Flash flooding will be possible across southeastern Colorado, especially in and around burn scar areas. Please monitor NOAA weather radio, our web site, and local media for the latest watches and warnings across the region. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Wet weather will continue across southern and eastern Colorado Thursday... as numerous showers and thunderstorms are expected over the high country...the San Luis Valley and along the I-25 corridor and across the eastern plains. Locally heavy rain could develop again...possibly threatening the burn scars across the area...and a Flash Flood Watch is in effect again for El Paso and Teller counties through the afternoon and evening. Along with the period of rainy weather...temperatures are also going to stay noticeably cooler than average...as highs reach the 60s and 70s most locations...and the upper 50s and 60s over the mountains. Stay tuned for the latest outlooks on the potential for locally heavy rain and Flash Flooding Thursday by visiting our web site at www.weather.gov/pub . (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

The wet weather will continue across southern and eastern Colorado through the week. Numerous showers and thunderstorms are expected over the high country...the San Luis Valley and along the I-25 corridor...with scattered showers and thunderstorms over the eastern plains. Locally heavy rain could develop again...possibly threatening the burn scars across the region. Some early season snow could fall above the 11 thousand foot elevation. Along with the period of rainy weather...temperatures are also going to stay noticeably cooler over the next couple of days...as highs reach the 60s and 70s over most mountain spots...the San Luis Valley and El Paso county...with 70s to lower 80s over the eastern plains. Stay tuned for the latest outlooks on the potential for locally heavy rain across southeast Colorado Wednesday by visiting our web site at www.weather.gov/pub . (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)