COLORADO, USA — Plans outside with dad on Sunday?
You might have to pack up the party early and head inside as scattered storms are firing up across the Denver Metro.
Look out for brief but heavy downpours, rumbling thunder and lots of lightning.
Storms will continue to cross the I-25 corridor through 10 pm.
The Denver metro area, northern Front Range and Eastern Plains are under a marginal threat for severe weather Sunday. The biggest threat will be large hail and damaging wind gusts up to 60 mph.
Denver International Airport tweeted that they were experiencing delays for arriving and departing flights Sunday afternoon. The website "FlightAware" reported 639 delays and 48 cancellations as of 6:46 p.m.
We're not done yet! Monday will bring another round of afternoon thunderstorms. Isolated tornadoes could be seen in Northeastern Colorado from Limon to Fort Morgan and eastward. Stay safe out there!
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