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Storms develop across the Denver metro, E. Plains Thursday evening

Severe storms are most likely in the far southeastern corner of Colorado Thursday
Severe Storms Possible Friday
Highs for Friday, May 31
Denver's Super 7-Day Forecast
Posted at 6:05 AM, May 30, 2024

DENVER — Another spring day, another round of storms. Look for a few thunderstorms around the Denver metro area Thursday afternoon and evening.

Some severe storms are possible in far southeastern Colorado. The biggest threats will be huge hail, damaging 70+ mph gusts and isolated landspout tornadoes.

As a cold front moves across the state overnight, a few storms could fire up in Northern Colorado between midnight and 6am. They'll track east along I-76 and I-80 by Friday morning, with some patchy fog along the Urban Corridor.

Temperatures will be a bit cooler Friday in the mid 70s in Denver. A few storms will be possible in the afternoon with some severe cells east of I-25.

Sunday will be warmer and drier with highs in the upper 80s and low 90s on the plains! The warming trend sticks around into the first week of June.

Storms develop across the Denver metro, E. Plains Thursday evening

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