This hazardous weather outlook is for northeast and north central
.DAY ONE…Today and Tonight
A few severe thunderstorms are expected over portions of the
eastern Colorado plains this afternoon and evening. The strongest
storms will once again be capable of producing destructive hail,
damaging winds, and even a couple tornadoes. At this time, the
highest threat area is shaping up to be along and east of a line
from Fort Morgan to Limon.
Farther west including the I-25 Corridor, isolated thunderstorms
are expected, but most of these will be less intense with gusty
winds, brief rain, and small hail.
.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN…Thursday through Tuesday
Isolated showers and storms will be possible across north central
and northeastern Colorado Thursday through Saturday. The activity
will be most numerous across far northeastern Colorado where the
potential exists for one or two severe storms each afternoon and
evening. Friday looks to be the most active weather day as a weak
cool front is forecasted to move across the plains. Warmer and
drier weather is expected Sunday and Monday.
.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT…
Spotter activation will likely be required on the eastern Colorado
plains after 2 PM.