DENVER — Another stormy evening is on the way for Colorado east of the I-25 corridor, although showers could drench much of the state.
According to the National Weather Service, the northeast quadrant of the state near Sterling is at the highest risk for severe weather, including large hail up to the size of large eggs. The largest metro area for large hail impacts is expected to be in Greeley.
Several inches could fall in an hour where showers do develop, and outside of the zone of severe weather, wind gusts of up to 40 miles per hour are expected, along with small pea-sized hail and periodically heavy rain.
According to Denver7's Mike Nelson, storms could last throughout the night, leaving commuters in the morning with soaking showers.