Denver, Colorado 2021-06-19 13:07:03 –
Rain showers and thunderstorms roll eastward from the mountains this afternoon, moving across the eastern plains, which can be a violent storm.
According to Boulder’s National Weather Service, heavy storms can shoot hail up to 1 inch in diameter and wind up to 60 miles per hour. The storm will diminish from west to east early tonight.
In Denver on Saturday, after 1 pm, Juneteenth delights have a 40% chance of being alert to showers and thunderstorms. The sky in Denver is almost cloudy and the high temperatures reach about 91 degrees Celsius. Overnight cold temperatures in Denver are expected to be around 63 degrees Celsius.
According to the NWS forecast, Father’s Day on Sunday will be sunny in the morning, with a 20% chance of a light rain or thunderstorm after 1 pm. The high temperature in the city should be close to 89 degrees. On Sunday nights, there is a slight chance of a light rain or thunderstorm, and temperatures are expected to reach 55 degrees Celsius under cloudy skies.
Monday’s weather in Denver is dramatically colder, with temperatures as high as about 76 degrees Celsius under partially clear skies. There may be a shower or thunderstorm in the afternoon, with a 50% chance of precipitation.
As the week progresses, the weather in Denver heats up rapidly, starting on Tuesday and staying in that range until Friday, returning to the late to mid-90s.
A chance for showers, hail and thunderstorms this weekend Source link A chance for showers, hail and thunderstorms this weekend