Scattered thunderstorms still rumbling over Colorado

Storms will slowly diminish overnight

DENVER - Widely scattered thunderstorms continue to drift across Colorado as a series of upper air disturbances continue to keep the atmosphere unstable over the central Rockis.

The storms can be monitored using our interactive radar and our Storm Shield App to better plan your activities. 

The weather pattern will stay stormy both Thursday and Friday as yet another upper air disturbance swirls into Colorado from the west.  This system will bring wet and cool conditions for a couple of days, with showers and thunderstorms likely.

Another round of severe weather is possible across the eastern plains on Thursday afternoon. Temperatures will still be in the 70s on Thursday, but it gets cooler on Friday, with afternoon readings in the upper 60s and low 70s. 

The good news on this next upper air disturbance is that it will move out of the region faster than the last few. By Sunday, skies will be clearing and temperatures warming back into the upper 70s to low 80s. A few afternoon thunderstorms may develop due to all the low level humidity.

Monday will be warmer and drier as finally temperatures soar back into the 80s!  The warmer weather will feel very good as we have not hit 80 degrees since March 16th! The pattern will shift again by late next Tuesday and Wednesday with showers and thunderstorms becoming more likely along with slightly cooler temperatures.

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