KUSA - There will be scattered showers Thursday with a chance for light rain off and on throughout Thursday evening, according to the Colorado weather forecast. Skies will partially clear Thursday night as the storm system moves out of Colorado and continues east.
Friday will be partly cloudy and gusty from time to time with highs back in the low 70s.
Upper 60s with isolated showers and thunderstorms are possible on Saturday.
On Sunday, a new storm system will bring scattered showers with heavy rain from time to time. Afternoon highs on Mother's Day will only be the middle to upper 40s. A rain and snow mix will be possible Sunday night as lows drop into the low 30s.
Temperatures should return to near-80s by Wednesday of next week.
Severe storms Wednesday
Lighter showers and mostly cloudy skies persisted Wednesday night into much of Thursday morning after severe weather hit parts of the Front Range and Eastern Plains.
The National Weather Service says there have been no reports of injuries or damage after at least two tornadoes touched down briefly on the Eastern Plains.
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Other parts of the Front Range reported large-sized hail and gusty winds on Wednesday. The tornadoes touched down near Akron.
The weather service says hail up to an inch in diameter fell from Fort Collins to Denver, and up to three inches deep in Washington County.
Courtesy: Eric Treece / Coloradostromchaser.com. 05/07/14.
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