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Severe thunderstorm watch in effect for northeastern Colorado until 9 p.m.

Heavy rain in store for Colorado's Western Slope
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Posted at 5:40 AM, Jun 27, 2024

DENVER — A severe thunderstorm watch is in effect for far northeastern Colorado until 9 p.m. Thursday.

Logan, Phillips and Sedgwick counties are included in the watch where the potential exists for scattered large hail and brief, damaging wind gusts with storms that develop.

We may even see a few isolated tornadoes over the northeastern corner of the state, with pockets of heavy rain across the western slope.

An Areal Flood Watch goes into effect Thursday afternoon for the western quarter of our state. Some slow-moving storms could lead to areas of heavy rain and localized flooding.

We'll do it all over again on Friday before a bigger cool off for the start of the weekend. A weak cold front will swing through late Friday and that will drop our temperatures by about 10 degrees.

We're in for low to mid-80s Saturday along with a few more afternoon storms and showers! The 90-degree heat is back Sunday and sticks around next week as we kick off the month of July.

More severe weather possible across Colorado Thursday

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