Weather outlook: Tracking rain and storms

Weather outlook: Tracking rain and storms

Weather outlook: Tracking rain and storms

Highs will be around 10-15° below average, with highs only in the upper 60s.

Wednesday will be hot even though a cold front will be slowly sagging its way into northern Kansas later in the day. Slow-moving rain and storms along with heavy rain could lead to an increased flash flood risk. An approaching cold front also helps keep the rain chances alive, but it does finally bring us a break once it crosses through the region.

The main threat with these storms will be heavy rainfall.

Rain chances will increase for the eastern plains during the heart of the afternoon as highs stay in the low 90s. Highs will top out in the mid-80s, though possibly becoming a bit cooler along Lake Michigan.

Severe Weather Expected Tonight

A lot of the showers and storms will settle down early, but an isolated shower will continue to be possible overnight. Although we won't see much of a difference in high temperatures, dew points are going to rise into the upper 60s and 70s making it feel very humid and oppressive for the next few days.

By next weekend we'll be back to scattered storms and temperatures in the 80s.

Today: A few a.m. showers, scattered p.m. showers/storms. Highs will be in the lower to middle 80s with light winds. Storms should clear El Paso, Pueblo and western Las Animas counties generally after 5pm and move east and southeast to the Kansas border. It will remain breezy today and some of the showers and storms could contain some gusty wind.

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