5 AM MDT, Thursday, June 24, 2021
A cool stretch begins today, but really kicks in tomorrow and should last through the weekend. An increased chance for afternoon and evening thunderstorms will accompany the cooler weather.
Today will still be warm, but cooler than yesterday, with more clouds and thunderstorms scattered around in the afternoon and evening. Then for Friday through Sunday the afternoon, maximum temperatures could remain below 80 in the lower elevations of eastern Colorado and southeastern Wyoming. It is very likely that measurable rain will occur at least once at all locations this afternoon through Saturday night, and many areas could see measurable rain more than once. A few spots could even experience a strong thunderstorm.
Although western Colorado won’t cool off as much, less hot weather and small chance for thunderstorms will occur there as well.