COLORADO, USA — FORECAST BY METEOROLOGIST: Becky Ditchfield
TODAY AT A GLANCE: It will be another hot day for the metro area as highs soar close to 90 degrees. Then, this afternoon, we'll see another threat for severe weather. Storms will begin to form after 2 p.m. and will intensify as they move east. Storm location will be slightly further east compared to what we saw Tuesday. Large hail and damaging wind will be the main threats. The Storm Prediction Center has most of northeast Colorado under a slight risk for severe storms Wednesday afternoon.
Drier air will begin to move into Colorado Thursday, leaving small chances for isolated storms in the afternoon. Gusty wind and hail will be possible as storms form after noon. This pattern will continue through the weekend. The forecast for Denver calls for highs in the middle 90s and sunny skies Friday through Sunday.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny early then partly cloudy with afternoon storms. Afternoon highs from 85 to 90.
THURSDAY: Mostly sunny with a chance for an isolated thunderstorm in the afternoon. Morning lows will be from 58 to 63, afternoon highs from 88 to 93.
FRIDAY: Mostly sunny ad hot. Morning lows will be from 59 to 64, afternoon highs from 92 to 97.
SATURDAY: Mostly sunny, hot and dry. Morning lows will be from 60 to 65, afternoon highs from 91 to 96.
SUNDAY: Mostly sunny, hot and dry. Morning lows will be from 60 to 65, afternoon highs from 89 to 94.
MONDAY: Mostly sunny with a chance for an isolated thunderstorm in the afternoon. Morning lows will be from 60 to 65, afternoon highs from 89 to 94.
TUESDAY: Mostly sunny and gusty with a chance for an isolated thunderstorm in the afternoon. Morning lows will be form 59 to 64, afternoon highs from 88 to 93.
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