DENVER — Strong thunderstorms erupted across the eastern plains Tuesday afternoon. Those storms produced large hail and a couple of tornadoes, but weakened and moved into Kansas.
The storms also produced a strong outflow of air blew back into the I-25 Corridor. The moist winds helped form a new round of thunderstorms for much of the I-25 Corridor. The storms should end after Midnight with skies gradually clearing.
Expect partly cloudy skies by morning for the metro-area, with areas of fog on the eastern plains. Morning lows will be cooling to the upper 50s and low 60s.
Severe weather chances will continue tomorrow for the eastern plains, expect scattered strong storms to form through the late afternoon and evening.
Highs on Thursday will return to the low 90s in Denver, with plenty of sunshine and a low chance for thunderstorms.
By Friday and Saturday, a minor storm system will slip into Colorado and bring higher humidity and a good chance for thunderstorms to Denver and the eastern plains.
Sunday and early next week should turn hot and dry once again.