Fire danger will be high across large portions of Colorado Tuesday, including large portions of the eastern plains.
Temperatures are going to be climbing steadily for the week ahead.
High temperatures will climb from the upper 70s Sunday to the mid-80s by Wednesday and we could hit 90 Friday!
Low temperatures will mostly be in the 40s for the week. The period From Sunday through Friday is looking dry.
Sunrise is now 6:01 a.m. with sunset at 7:37 p.m.
High temperatures for the week ahead in Kiowa County will mostly range from the upper 60s to low 70s.
The days will be partly sunny and then we will have about a 30-40 percent chance of nocturnal thunderstorms, those are the ones that pop up at night. The best chance I see would be Sunday night and again Tuesday night, but they will be scattered.
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After seeing highs in the 70s Saturday, a spring storm system is expected to move in later tonight into Sunday across the Rocky Mountains to the Great Lakes region, bringing much colder temperatures and chances for snow.
Things really go downhill during the weekend for our weather. After temperatures in the 70s Saturday, we will be in the upper 20s by Sunday morning. Cold and windy weather is coming for Sunday afternoon, with a chance of rain and snow and a north wind 30 to 40 miles per hour.
It will be windy Sunday night, with temperatures dropping into the teens. Be sure and have your heavy clothing ready for this system!
Sunshine and temperatures in the 50s are expected to be back with us by middle of next week.
It is a fantastic forecast that I bring you, for the weekend through Wednesday, with sunny skies and high temperatures from the upper 70s to low 80s.
Sunday morning will be cold, with temperatures in the low-to-mid 30s, but mostly 40s for lows this week.