DENVER (CBS4) -Another day, another chance for afternoon thunderstorms. We’ve had a few showers in the northeast and the high country this morning, but overall we’ve stayed very dry this morning. Right around lunch time, a few showers will start to pop up in the foothills, high country, and possibly even here in Denver. As the storms head east through the afternoon, some could turn severe. Large hail, heavy rain, and tornadoes are possible. The front range could see scattered showers through the afternoon and evening. Another warm day for us, we’re back in the 70s!
A Flash Flood Watch starts at noon today for Yuma county. Today’s storms could bring heavy rain to the plains, and the ground is already very saturated.
Tomorrow, heavier rain possible and we’ll cool off a touch. Back down to the 60s with scattered showers possible through the day and into the evening. Still on the cooler side on Saturday, but some warmer weather on Sunday. We haven’t hit the 80s since March, and we’ve been on track to have our first May with no 80 degree recordings. Now it’s looking like we’ll sneak that 80 degree day in at the last second. Sunday is the last day of the month, and we should get into the 80s! A few isolated storms are still possible, but it is looking like a drier day. We stay in the 80s on Monday, and could stay dry for a few days next week.
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