Denver weather: Hail, flooding, thunderstorms all possible along the Front Range

A powerful storm could trigger a few severe thunderstorms along the Front Range and in northeast Colorado bringing large hail, strong winds and flooding Friday afternoon, according to forecasters.

The northeasterly moving storm will begin around 1 p.m. and last until around 7 p.m., according to the National Weather Service in Boulder.

Temperatures will be lower Friday than the last three days, which had above-normal highs in the 80s. The high Friday will be around 73 degrees. Winds could gust up to 36 mph, the NWS says.

The most likely area to have severe weather is in northeast Colorado.

Temperatures will continue to drop over the weekend with highs of around 63 degrees on Saturday and 64 degrees on Sunday, the NWS says. The low Saturday night will be around 37 degrees.

Afternoon rain and thunderstorms are possible through the weekend.

Thunderstorms and rain are even more likely on Monday afternoon, when the high temperature will be around 58 degrees, the NWS says.

High temperatures will remain in the 60s through Wednesday, according to forecasters.


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