By Ed Greene
DENVER (CBS4) – As forecast on the 10pm Weather Thursday, Denver would only see a few showers and no severe weather…that would be relegated to the eastern plains. That is exactly what occurred with a brief afternoon shower in the metro area then sunny skies, and strong storms with heavy rain, strong winds, hail and even tornado warnings out on the plains. The high reached 72 officially at the airport and 70 downtown – both below normal for this time of year.
We’ll start the three day holiday weekend on the cloudy and cool side with scattered showers and storms for your Saturday – high only around 60 degrees. Sunday starts a weather improvement with partly sunny skies, only isolated storms and a high around 70. Better still for the Memorial Day Holiday – Monday – with isolated storms and a high reaching into the seasonal mid 70s.
The work week begins with little change: partly cloudy on Tuesday with isolated storms and back into the mid 70s. A bit warmer with isolated storms on Wednesday – a high in the upper 70s.