Chances for Rain, Storms Continue into the Weekend

National Weather Service forecast graphic

National Weather Service forecast graphic

The heavier and more extensive rain areas will move east tomorrow night with some rain lingering overnight. More chances of rain and storms (mainly during the overnight hours) Wednesday and Thursday. Highs will be in the low 90s. Chances drop to 30 percent from 5 to 10 p.m., after which they reach near zero.

Rain chances remain high Tuesday but a ridge of high pressure building strength over North America and the upper air flow will shift and frontal boundaries will remain well north of the area.

Monday: Morning clouds, then partly cloudy, warm and humid.

Following a day that saw widespread rain across eastern Colorado, and a few stronger storms that prompted a tornado warning across much of western Kiowa County, Friday marks the start of a calmer period.

"Saturday's chance of rain is highest near United States 278 and lowest in Southern Tennessee; these storms may be heavy enough to deliver 1-2" of rainfall in a few spots, but that kind of rain looks sparse.

Slight chance of showers tomorrow, with most of the area staying dry.

Low's will cool down to the low 70's under partly cloudy skies as pop-up scattered showers are possible to cool us down with northerly winds.

Sat: High: 88 Low: 68 Mostly sunny.

Highs will be around 90 near the coast to low to mid 90s inland.