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NWS Denver/Boulder, CO
For today and tonight:
There will be a chance of showers and thunderstorms mainly over
Logan, Phillips, Sedgwick and Washington after 3 PM this
afternoon. Some of the storms could become severe east of a line
from Sterling to Akron to Burlington. Large hail, damaging winds
and isolated tornados are possible.
For Saturday through Thursday:
There is a slight chance for thunderstorms each afternoon and
evening over the plains of northeast Colorado from Saturday
through Monday, and a possibility of a few showers and weak
storms over the high country Sunday and Monday. The best chance
for storms will be across the far northeast corner of the state.
A weather system moving across Colorado Tuesday and Wednesday will
bring a slightly better chance of showers and thunderstorms to the
entire area. Storms on the eastern plains Saturday, Monday and
Tuesday could produce small hail and strong gusty winds.
Temperatures will be as much as 10 to 15 degrees above average
Saturday through Monday, then a return to near average
temperatures for Tuesday through Thursday.
Spotter activation may be needed over the northeastern corner of
Colorado from mid afternoon to mid evening.