Severe storms risk on Sunday PM

Weather Alert Day Friday Severe storms expected

Rain, Possible Severe Storms this Weekend

Clouds will start spreading from the south after a partly clear morning on Sunday, bringing localised showers to the country in the afternoon. We are tracking another cold front that will move through late Wednesday into Thursday.

The balmy weather in Colorado Springs is forecast to continue through the end of the weekend, meteorologists say.

An isolated shower will possible this evening, with temps falling only into the 70s.

Temperatures rebound nicely by Tuesday in the middle 70s.

Wednesday will be sunny with highs in the lower 80s. Lows Monday will dip into the upper 30s to low 40s.

More news: Blizzard and High Wind Warnings remain for eastern Colorado

First, in the afternoon, some thunderstorms may pop up in the early afternoon in inland spots along the fast-moving sea breeze. Highs are forecast near 50 and lows near 39.

This afternoon NW winds gust up to 25-30 miles per hour.

While the chance of hail, lightning and tornado's are slight, the chance for damaging winds are elevated. Highs for Friday will be in the mid 80s. The best chance for activity will be in the PM hours, with some storms possibly becoming strong to severe.

We need the rain, we're falling behind for the month and year in San Antonio, and it looks like at least 1 inch of rain will be possible Friday into Saturday along and east of 35. Even with the sun though, temperatures struggle. highs will likely only make it into the 50s and low 60s. Temperatures will be steady in the upper 20s to around 30 with wind chill levels in the teens. Paul International Airport, which grounded all flights Saturday afternoon as heavy snow made it hard to keep runways clear and planes deiced, while blizzard conditions forced the airport in South Dakota's biggest city, Sioux Falls, to remain closed for a second straight day.

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