Reporting Ed Greene
DENVER (CBS4) – While we lucked out in Denver with a dry afternoon and warm Sunday afternoon, extreme northeastern Colorado has had a bout with rare severe September storms. Across Logan and Phillips County Sunday afternoon storms were strong enough to drop baseball size hail 3 miles southwest of Fleming. These storms also, dropped hail and heavy rain over northern Yuma County on their way across the plains.
Behind these storms there is a weak cold front that will be moving pushing through the state overnight Sunday into Monday. This will be dropping temperatures in and around the Denver metro area by about 10 to 15 degrees for the afternoon highs. Monday may start out with patchy areas of morning fog along with a bit of drizzle. Lots of cloud cover will linger through the day.
Then, the Front Range and eastern plains break out of the brief cool down bouncing right back into the warm and sunny weather Tuesday through Thursday. With the following chance for rain coming in on Friday leading into the next weekend.