Thunderstorm Watch until 11 - Large Hail, Tornadoes Possible in Northeast Colorado Saturday

Update: The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm watch for portions of eastern Colorado, northwest Kansas, western Nebraska ad southern South Dakota until 11:00 p.m. MDT. Scattered hail is likely, with isolated areas receiving up to three-inch diameter hail. Tornadoes remain possible.

Thunderstorms Return Thursday - Tornadoes Possible

The cooler and wet pattern of the past week continues over the southeast quadrant of Colorado Thursday.

Showers are continuing during the early morning hours before a break around mid-morning until the early afternoon.

Scattered showers and thunderstorms will develop later in the afternoon, continuing into the evening, with some storms reaching the severe range. Large hail - up to half-dollar size - will be possible, along with wind gusts that may exceed 60 miles per hour.

Is Fall Here? Cooler Temperatures, Rain Continue

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The calendar may say August 4; however, temperatures have an early fall feel in many areas. Scattered showers and a few thunderstorms are possible Friday, particularly for the northeast plains of Colorado.

Eastern Colorado

There is a risk for thunderstorms, some severe, over the northeast portion of the state, stretching as far south as Kiowa, Prowers and Bent counties. Large hail, potentially over one inch, is possible, along with gusty winds and locally heavy rain.

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