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7:00 AM | Threat for severe thunderstorms later today as strong upper level disturbance passes overhead

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast

Today

Partly sunny, warm, chance for showers and thunderstorms and some of the storms can contain heavy rain, hail and very strong wind gusts, mid 80’s

Tonight

Chance for an evening thunderstorm and some of these can be strong; otherwise, partly cloudy and cool, lows in the upper 50’s

Saturday

Mostly sunny, breezy, not quite as warm, still the chance for showers and thunderstorms and some of these storms can be quite strong, near 80

Saturday Night

Chance for an evening thunderstorm; otherwise, partly cloudy, cool, mid 50’s

Sunday

Mostly sunny, breezy, very warm, near 90

Monday

Mostly sunny, very warm, low 90's

Tuesday

Mainly sunny, still very warm, upper 80’s

Wednesday

Partly sunny, not as warm, chance for showers and thunderstorms, low-to-mid 80’s

Discussion

A strong upper level disturbance raises the chance for some strong thunderstorm activity later today with heavy rain, hail and very gusty winds possible across northeastern Colorado. That storm threat will continue tomorrow as well as a cold front brings more instability to the region along with a brief cool down. Beyond that, however, high temperatures will once again reach or even surpass the 90 degree mark on Sunday and Monday before it cools off again by the middle of next week. As far as the sun is concerned, for the second day in a row sunspot AR1504 erupted and sent a coronal mass ejection (CME) towards the Earth. This new CME is expected to merge with the initial CME from two days ago to deliver a combined blow to the Earth's magnetic field on Saturday. Sky watchers should watch for auroras very late tonight and again tomorrow night.

Video

httpv://youtu.be/pdehlnssr9U