5:30 AM MDT, Sunday, May 26, 2019
In my blog on Friday I mentioned the very small chance for a late day thunderstorm today. Although the chance is still small (about 1-in-3) for the Front Range region, it looks more likely than it had appeared. A few of the thunderstorms may produce brief high wind and damaging hail. The chance for severe thunderstorms (and tornadoes) increases as you go east from Denver toward the Kansas border. Until those develop later it should be party cloudy (there are some areas of low clouds as moisture moves in from the east).
Memorial Day should bring another chance for thunderstorms, although it looks like the main threat will shift north and east into southeastern Wyoming and Nebraska. Some severe thunderstorm activity is possible in those areas.
The work week will likely start out cooler and maybe a bit showery on Tuesday, then drier on Wednesday.