Quarterly milk production report in the USDA mountain states region for the April-June 2020 quarter.
Hail up to two inches in diameter, wind gusts to 70 miles per hour, flash flooding and tornadoes are possible with Sunday's storms over Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas.
Severe thunderstorm with strong winds, large hail and some tornado potential, are expected to impact parts of Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas Sunday afternoon.
Severe thunderstorms are possible Sunday and Monday across eastern Colorado, particularly the southeastern portion of the state. Large hail, damaging winds, and even a tornado or two are possible.
May 2020 grain stocks for the USDA moutain states region.
In western states, including Colorado, an opinion poll shows that voters broadly support public lands and outdoor access.
Areas of Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas are under a severe thunderstorm watch Monday afternoon.
Desert locations are likely to have the most brutal conditions, surpassing 110 degrees Fahrenheit for several days this week in places like Phoenix and Needles, California. Death Valley is forecast to reach 120 F one or more times in the coming week. Expect a warm week in drought-plagued southwest Colorado, too.
The potential for severe weather has promoted a severe thunderstorm watch and a flash flood watch for portions of southeast Colorado.
Pregnant Native American women were singled out for COVID-19 testing based on their race and ZIP code, clinicians say. While awaiting results, some mothers were separated from their newborns, depriving them of the immediate contact doctors recommend.