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Jay s Thursday Morning Weather

Jay's Thursday Morning Weather

Patchy fog is starting our morning around Southern Colorado, but the fog goes away and a chance for storms is in the forecast by this afternoon.

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UPDATE: Warrant reveals new details in case against arrested Colorado Springs homicide detective

Rachael s Late Wednesday Forecast

Rachael's Late Wednesday Forecast

Temperatures tomorrow will be warming up slightly, but the chance for storms will continue.

Colorado Realtors Begin Wildfire Mitigation Project

Colorado Realtors Begin Wildfire Mitigation Project

"Project Wildfire" encourages more people to remove potential fire fuels from around their homes.

Noxious Weeds Spreading Across Wildfire Burn Scars

Noxious Weeds Spreading Across Wildfire Burn Scars

But El Paso County says weeds don't do as well in the wet weather we've had.

Rachael s Wednesday Forecast

Rachael's Wednesday Forecast

Storms will end tonight, with another round of showers possible tomorrow.

Abby s Wednesday Afternoon Forecast

Abby's Wednesday Afternoon Forecast

Afternoon temperatures should range in the 70s and 80s for most. Clouds will increase across the region. There is also the chance for some scattered showers and storms, especially for areas near and along the New Mexico border. Winds will stay blustery throughout the afternoon as well.

Abby s Early Wednesday Forecast

Abby's Early Wednesday Forecast

Highs today should reach the 70s and 80s - about ten degrees cooler compared to Tuesday! It will be cloudier, and winds will stay blustery (especially this afternoon). There is a chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms. However, this will primarily take place near the New Mexico border. Even…

Rachael s Late Tuesday Forecast

Rachael's Late Tuesday Forecast

It's going to cool even further on Wednesday, with a better chance for rain.

Broken Irrigation Ditch Floods Nixon Power Plant

Broken Irrigation Ditch Floods Nixon Power Plant

Water up to a foot deep fills tunnel under Interstate 25.

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