Saturday, August 18th
Storms will impact the I-25 corridor for the afternoon and early evening, pushing east through the late afternoon and evening. We will all dry out by midnight. The main threats will be heavy rain, leading to localized flooding, lightning and the potential for larger hail, ranging from quarters up to the isolated golf-ball sized hail.
Sunday and Monday will be drier with highs a touch cooler, the 70s and 80s. There is a slight chance for a few showers Sunday afternoon, but most of us can just expect afternoon cloud cover. It will be quite breezy on Sunday, adding a chill to the air especially for the mountains.
Storm chances return for the Pikes Peak region and the mountains Tuesday, with better storm chances for everyone by Wednesday. Highs will warm to the 80s and 90s by the end of the week.