Once the low moves out of here, high pressure moves in behind it and clears us up.
A second front is expected to begin advancing across the Texas Panhandle, and will bring strong afternoon and evening winds to the area.
With that said, hail will be our main concern this evening from some of the strongest storms and that may lead to slick spots on area roads this evening.
Up to half an inch of rain could fall before the dark clouds go away late Monday, said Weather Service meteorologist Brian Mejia.
Drier weather will return from west to east Sunday midday and afternoon with a little sun, but a cold, gusty wind at times. The wind will eventually shift the winds back to a southwesterly direction and may help to briefly boost temperatures into the 50s on Monday before it exits to the east and off the coast. Winds will weaken late Monday night.* Location.Near mountain ridge tops and along desert mountain slopes into adjacent desert areas.* Impacts.The winds will make driving difficult.especially for motorists with high profile vehicles.
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The record high for Thursday in Denver is 79 degrees set in 1976. It will remain breezy with southerly winds gusting to 25 miles per hour overnight. The best chance of showers will be along the ND state line.
Cooler temperatures are expected Sunday, along with occasional rain and drizzle. Damaging wind gusts with an isolated tornado is also possible, let alone some hail.
The mixed precipitation will continue overnight Friday and into Saturday morning. Our high temperatures on Wednesday will be in the lower to mid 50s.
On Wednesday morning, Dannevirke residents woke to snow on the Ruahine Ranges, a short, sharp reminder that winter was round the corner.