Thursday Night, June 22nd
The main storm threat is over for this evening but we are watching the potential for a few isolated storms to form across the eastern plains. Hail, strong wind, lightning, and heavy rain will be possible with the stronger storms.
Friday morning will start out with showers (and maybe a rumble of thunder for the mountains) in southern Colorado, but we look to dry out in the Pikes Peak region by mid-morning. Will be much cooler, with temperatures only managing the 60s and 70s for many of us. Best chance for rain will come during the morning, but there is another chance for afternoon showers and storms.
Another cold front moves through eastern Colorado on Saturday afternoon. This will cause the wind to pick up, cool us off, and bring a chance for showers and storms later in the day. However, the best chance for meaningful rain will again favor the eastern plains into western Kansas. High temperatures for the weekend will be in the 70s and low 80s across southern Colorado.
The rest of the 7 day forecast features afternoon showers and storms but temperatures will gradually warm to near 80 for the beginning of next week and back into the 90s for the middle of the work week!