TONIGHT: I'm tracking an ABC 17 Stormtrack Weather Alert Day as one round of storms has already made it into some of our western counties along I-70, and will continue to track to the north and east through the rest of the night. A second round of storms is expected later in the afternoon and evening hours along a cold front, bringing more chances for strong winds, large hail stones, and possibly a low tornado threat. This is why a severe thunderstorm watch is in effect for much of our western counties. Rain will hang on through the late evening and overnight hours.
TOMORROW: Isolated showers stick around through the morning hours along with cloud cover. Temperatures to start off the morning will be in the mid 60s, and warm into the high 70s by the afternoon hours. Entering the afternoon and evening hours, another round of isolated to scattered storm activity is expected move through the viewing area.
EXTENDED: Much of the first half of next week slight rain chances are in the forecast every day, with the highest chance as of now late Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning. Temperatures will hang out in the high 70s and low 80s for the entire week, with more persistent cloud cover starting off the work week. Entering the second half of the week, clouds are expected to dissipate, allowing the sun to come out and warm us up into the low 80s.