5:50 AM, Friday, May 12, 2017
We are in for a stretch of warm and dry weather with temperatures in the lower elevations reaching up to around the 80-degree mark. This is the time of year when afternoon thundershowers become common, but for the next few days the chance for that is nearly zero. Even with some small chances for afternoon thundershowers next week, many areas along the Front Range could remain dry through mid week. The next chance for an organized storm system is around Thursday and at this point it appears that could impact the mountains more than the eastern plains.