This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for portions of central Colorado, east central Colorado, north central Colorado, and northeast Colorado. .DAY ONE...Today and Tonight An isolated strong thunderstorm will be possible for the urban corridor and plains this afternoon, with localized flooding and gusty winds the primary threats. .DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Sunday through Friday Sunday afternoon and evening will see potential for more widespread thunderstorms, locally heavy rainfall, and flash flooding. Stronger storms will be capable of producing 1-2 inches of rain in less than 45 minutes. Thus, the risk for flash flooding will be quite high for the recent burn areas along the Front Range including Cameron Peak and Calwood. There will even be a risk of flash flooding along the I-25 Urban Corridor through the evening hours. Drier air moves in starting Monday, but isolated to scattered thunderstorms can still be expected mainly in/near the Front Range and Palmer Divide. Drier and warmer weather can be expected Tuesday and Wednesday. The chance of thunderstorms may increase late next week, especially over the mountains. .SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT... Spotter activation will not be needed today or tonight but rainfall reports would be greatly appreciated.