11 Weather Forecast Discussion Chief Meteorologist Brian Bledsoe Thursday, May 23rd
A few spotty showers will be possible tonight, but most areas should remain dry. Low clouds will return to much of Southern Colorado late tonight, with some patchy fog and drizzle possible too.
After starting with some low clouds, we will rapidly break into sunshine and a gusty south/southwest wind that will warm us up. Warmer and However, a couple of strong to severe t'storms will be possible over the Eastern Plains by late afternoon and evening. The threat area is mainly east of a line from Limon to La Junta. Large hail and damaging wind gusts will be the main threat with these isolated storms. This is a threat we'll be watching closely. Otherwise, warm, windy, and dry weather rules the roost...
Memorial Day Weekend still looks mainly dry and warm, with high temperatures in the 80s and 90s. The fire danger will be high, as it will be quite windy during the afternoons.