TUESDAY: Partly cloudy skies and isolated rain showers will be possible, with a high of 90 degrees.
Tonight: Becoming mostly cloudy. These storms will likely track northeast out of KAEKland by midnight. Heavy downpours will be a concern. Tuesday afternoon will have temperatures in the 80s with south winds gusting to 35 miles per hour.
"After the showers and storms that affected us this morning move out, we'll see a lull in activity centered around the middle of the day", First Alert Storm Team Meteorologist Corey Thompson said. Partly sunny skies will return by late morning, and temperatures will try to warm up.
Tomorrow: Mostly cloudy; chance for afternoon/evening storms.
The risk for severe weather will be lower than Sunday, with strong winds and frequent lightning the main concerns, especially along the northern Front Range. Any storms that do develop could be severe with a hail/wind threat.
Storm chances will begin to develop around 5:00 pm and push east/southeast through the evening hours.
Tuesday brings the next best chance for scattered showers, lowering the pollen count a bit as well as the temperatures. Low pressure tracks out from the west slinging showers and thunderstorms over the region by early Memorial Day and this could run for most of the day.