Storms possible tonight through Saturday || Sponsored by Quality Roofing

Clay Curtis
April 14, 2019

Monday, temperatures stay nice, in the low 70s over the Front Range and plains.

A strong storm system will move out of the Plains and into the Midwest tonight and Thursday.

Sunday is shaping up to be a cloudy day, with a chance of showers and thunderstorms increasing in the afternoon and evening as a strong low-pressure system arrives from the Appalachian Mountains. The tornado threat will likely be threat greatest with any storms that develop ahead of the main line of storms. This puts the bluegrass state in the possible bullseye for severe storms.

Police in Monroe County earlier described the destruction from the storm Saturday evening. By the afternoon, we will find ourselves in the warm sector wedged between a warm front and a cold front.

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Rain is expected to start shortly before sunrise with storms continuing through the morning, said National Weather Service meteorologist Juan Hernandez. We expect any severe threat to be over by sunrise Sunday.

Wednesday: Partly cloudy and pleasant with temperatures in the middle 70s.

A few leftover flurries are possible early on Friday as temperatures bottom out near 30 degrees. Highs only reach to around 40 degrees in the metro.

We avoid the active weather tonight, but we could see a few showers rolling in from the southwest. Temperatures will be cold, with lows in the upper 20s. We need to be prepared for this event as the potential for nasty storms is much higher than usual. Nice spring weather is on the way for the midweek period.

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He said the threat for severe weather is greatest at such times but that the risk remained even after warm temperatures dropped. The National Weather Service in Jackson canceled a tornado watch early Sunday, saying no additional serve weather was expected.

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