Denver, Colorado 2021-05-23 10:45:26 –
Denver — Another violent storm that could occur in the eastern plains this afternoon. Denver and the i-25 Corridor need to remain dry, but gusts of up to 45 mph are expected to blow south.
East of Fort Morgan and Limon-Afternoon storms can produce more tornadoes, golf ball-sized hail, and damaging winds.
The Denver metro area is high in the late and mid-1970s and remains mostly sunny.Storm must move out of state by 8 pm
The wind gradually calms down tonight and the week begins in calm weather. Mondays and Tuesdays appear to be warm and dry, with the highest temperatures of the 70’s and plenty of sunshine.
At Denver International Airport, total rainfall since January 1st has exceeded 8.5 inches, about the same as for 2020 as a whole, almost 4 inches above normal rainfall over the past year.
The latest index shows drought-free conditions from Denver to Cheyenne and northeastern Colorado. Southeastern Colorado has also improved with little drought around Pueblo. Western and central Colorado still needs a lot of water to get out of the drought.
The next chance of storm activity will arrive on Wednesday afternoon.
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A windy Sunday in Denver, with strong storms over the eastern plains Source link A windy Sunday in Denver, with strong storms over the eastern plains