Look for storms to impact most of Southern Colorado through the first half of this evening. Right now, the greatest severe weather threat looks to be either northeast or southeast of Colorado Springs and Pueblo. The storms that become severe will be capable of producing large hail, frequent lightning, torrential rain, and isolated tornadoes. We will be following the storms closely, alerting you to the potential for severe weather. If you have any storm reports, please email them to us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chief Meteorologist Brian Bledsoe
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