It's going to be a cool and cloudy start to our week, with more storms and showers developing this afternoon. The threat of severe weather is a lot lower this next couple of days, but we will see some rain, lighting and thunder along the Front Range.
Temperatures this afternoon will be in the low to upper 60s and that's about 10 to 15 degrees below normal. Tomorrow will be a touch warmer, with a few more afternoon storms.
Thursday will see feature a dramatic warm up! We'll see upper 70s to low 80s for the end of the week and these 80s will hold strong through the weekend. It will also be a lot drier, with more sunshine Thursday through Sunday.
Late May and June often bring Colorado the most severe weather of the entire year. Now is the time to be storm ready - download our Storm Shield App. We also have a NEW feature available for older model cell phones and land lines - our NEW Storm Shield Phone Alerts!
For all of the information about the Storm Shield App and the new Storm Shield Phone Alerts - go to www.StormShieldAlerts.com
Storm alerts wherever you go: Storm Shield
Severe weather alerts for your exact location, powered by Mike Nelson. ($2.99 iTunes, Google Play)
Know how much snow will fall: SnowCast app
The SnowCast app tells you how much it's going to snow in precisely your neighborhood. ($2.99 iTunes)
View live weather radar on wrist via Apple Watch
Apple Watch now has an app for interactive hi-definition radar.
LIVE RADAR: Track the weather
Keep track of the weather moving in using the First Alert interactive radar.
Storm Watch: Live cameras on the Eastern Plains
7NEWS is teaming up with Viaero Wireless to help keep an eye on weather conditions in the Eastern Plains.
How to get alerts for school, business closings
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