Tonight: The Flash Flood Watch will stay in effect overnight even though the storms won't be quite as widespread overnight. Some of the storms will that linger overnight will be capable of producing heavy rainfall and any storms that move over burn scars or saturated areas will be capable of producing flash flooding. The majority of the storms overnight will be located across the eastern plains. Lows will once again cool to the lower to middle 60s for the plains and into the upper 40s and lower 50s for the mountains.
Tomorrow: Expect a cloudy, rainy and cool Wednesday. There will be low clouds and areas of patchy fog in the morning, with those conditions lasting (for some) into the afternoon. While there may be some light rain in the morning, the heavy-rain producing storms should hold off until the afternoon. Another round of slow moving and heavy rain producing storms will roll through the area during the afternoon, and could prompt more flooding concerns. That being said, the Flash Flood Watch will remain in effect until 6PM for most of southern Colorado. High temperatures will be on the cool side, with high temperatures hit early on in the day. Many areas will only hit highs in the 60s and 70s.
Extended: Storms will be more scattered in nature on Thursday, and they will not be as numerous. However, heavy rain will still be possible which means the potential for flash flooding still still exist. Temperatures will gradually warm up and conditions will gradually dry out as we head into the weekend. Despite this trend, temperatures will still remain well below average for this time of year.