Monday May 1 – Maybe it’s May that comes in like a lion? We start off this morning with widespread fog, but that should burn off mid morning…. for most areas by 9 AM. With a little bit of sun and warm winds ahead of a strong front, temps should reach the 80s. Then we watch for a turbulent evening.  The same system that was responsible for killing a dozen people this weekend and snow in Denver will be charging our way.  Our enhanced risk of severe storms does include the potential for tornadoes and large hail, as well as damaging winds. The timing should be this later this evening and tonight. The radar may get active this afternoon, but most of the action will be after sunset. See more below:

Water Vapor Satellite Loop

Severe Components

Note: The percentage is the chance that an individual storm will produce those conditions.

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Heat Adding To The Risk


Simulated Radar

The line of severe storms will be approaching after 8 PM

Close View Of Severe Storm Risk


Larger View

Winds will be turning aloft, known as wind sheer. This is what will bring the best chance for storms becoming and maintaining severe limits



Next Storm

A larger event with heavier rain will arrive by Friday. That will mark a much cooler set up into next weekend. Temps may struggle to reach the 60s in some spots.


Temperature Outlook


Storm Smart: My STEM Assembly Program

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Faith in the Flakes

The store is closing for the season. Next week we wil be shifting back to spring mode. This will include a severe weather STEM assembly program.