COLORADO, USA — FORECAST BY METEOROLOGIST KYLIE BEARSE
TODAY AT A GLANCE: A cold front will move back into the state on Saturday, cooling temperatures off by a couple of degrees and holding off chances for severe weather until late in the afternoon. Temperatures will still be above average, in the low 80s for the Front Range.
Storms will begin to form around noon over the Continental Divide, with showers over the metro area by 2 p.m. Storms will take longer to intensify due to the slightly cooler temperatures.
Isolated severe storms are possible, though I think they will be very isolated. Hail and wind will be the primary threats with the storms as they move onto the Eastern Plains.
SATURDAY: Partly cloudy in the morning, cloudy in the afternoon several thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening. A few of the thunderstorms may be severe. Morning lows from 53 to 58, afternoon highs from 80 to 84.
SUNDAY: Warm and dry with a stiff easterly wind during the morning and early afternoon. A few thunderstorms will develop during the afternoon. Morning lows from 54 to 59, afternoon highs from 84 to 89.
MONDAY: Sunny early in the morning, but clouds will rapidly increase with a few thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening. Morning lows from 57 to 62, afternoon highs from 87 to 92.
TUESDAY: Sunny during the morning and early afternoon. Cloudy skies for the late afternoon and thunderstorms will kick up after 2 p.m. Morning lows from 58 to 63, afternoon highs from 84 to 89.
WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy in the morning, cloudy with a few thunderstorms for the afternoon and evening. Morning lows from 55 to 60, afternoon highs from 81 to 86.
THURSDAY: Sunny in the morning, then partly cloudy for the afternoon. There is a small chance for a few thunderstorms in the afternoon. Morning lows from 55 to 60, afternoon highs from 85 to 90.
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