Thursday, June 29th
Today will be another warm and mainly dry day. Temperatures will top out in the 80s and 90s for most of us, with 70s and 80s in the mountains. Best chance for a storm late in the afternoon will be over FAR northeast El Paso County. IF those storms form, they will then move eastward onto the Plains. Hail, strong wind, lightning, and heavy rain will occur with the stronger storms. However, I doubt if there will be many of them...
Cooler air will move in behind a cold front Thursday night, which will lead to mostly cloudy skies Friday morning. Areas of fog and drizzle are possible as well. Temps will be cooler as well, only rebounding into the 60s and 70s. Afternoon storm chances will be dictated by the amount of sunshine we get. Right now, out computer models are not excited about developing storms due to the cooler and more stable air that will be in place. We'll watch it though...
Dry mornings with spotty storms in the afternoon will be the forecast through the Fourth of July weekend. Warm to hot temperatures will prevail too...
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