Published: Wed, July 25, 2018
Research | By Sheri Schwartz

Weather Alert Day: More rain and continued flooding concerns

Weather Alert Day: More rain and continued flooding concerns

Rainfall totals through Wednesday night range anywhere from 5 to 10 inches, but many spots could have locally higher amounts than that.

Tue: High: 90 Low: 65 Sunny. On-and-off rain showers continue in parts of the region this morning, and some more heavier pockets are still possible.

We'll continue to monitor the storm potential closely and keep you updated! Things are about to change as our 7 day forecast is showing rain showers and thunderstorms from Sunday through Thursday.

MONDAY| Scattered rain and rumbles, otherwise partly/mostly cloudy.

PLAINS: High - 90s; Low - 60s.

Severe Weather Expected Tonight
Weather outlook: Tracking rain and storms

Today: Mostly sunny and hot.

Just like the last few days, it won't rain the entire day and night and in fact much of the time may remain dry. Severe weather is likely in storms north of highway 50, especially towards Kiowa county and areas north. Lows will be in the middle to upper 60s with light winds.

There's no rest for the tired in this sticky and stormy pattern, as the humidity as well as the showers and thunderstorms are relentless, occurring any time both day and night.

Thursday looks like it could be a high impact day for southern Colorado. Steadier showers will move in late with some thunderstorms and pockets of moderate to heavy rain that could bring flash flooding. While we could see some development in the evening, we will be monitoring an organized cluster of storms north of the state.

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