DENVER (CBS4) – What a soggy start to our holiday weekend. Early rain showers and thunderstorms delivered quite a soaking across the front range. Some areas picked up a tenth to a little over a quarter of an inch of rain on Saturday.
Severe weather has been a problem over southeastern Colorado. In fact, a few of the storms over Las Animas county dropped golf ball to ping-pong ball size hail between Walsenburg and Kim.
Sunday will clear out for most of the day. In fact, all of the state will start the day clear to partly cloudy and warmer. Late in the day there will be a few isolated showers over northern Colorado. Some of these may move through the Denver metro area Sunday night.
A new wrinkle in the Memorial Day Forecast is the chance for afternoon showers and thunderstorms. There will be another cool, moist wave that passes through cooling things down a tad and giving just enough energy for a few afternoon storms.