Tonight: Storms are expected to linger around southern Colorado through the night with the heaviest rain expected to be across the southeastern corner of the state. Flooding will remain one of the primary concerns, with the potential for severe weather diminishing through the night. Lows will fall into the 50s and 60s for the lower elevations with 40s in the high country. It is possible we may end up with some patchy fog and drizzle by early tomorrow morning.
Tomorrow: Patchy fog and areas of drizzle are expected in the morning with overcast skies for most. It should end up being relatively quiet start to the day before storms develop overnight. These storms are expected to produce heavy rain and there is the potential for isolated strong to severe storms, especially for southeastern Colorado, through the afternoon and into the evening. Flood and flash flooding will remain a concern, so you'll need to stay weather aware through the day. Highs will stay cool with 70s and 80s for most of the lower elevations with 60s in the high country.
Extended: Storms will not be as widespread on Sunday, but isolated strong to severe cells will be possible during the afternoon. Temperatures will warm noticeably on Sunday and Monday, with the 4th of July looking to be the warmest and driest day of the holiday weekend! Even though storms should be widely scattered on the 4th, there is still a chance you may be chased inside by storms in the afternoon... so be sure to stick with your StormTracker 13 Weather Team for updates to this forecast, and be sure to equip yourself with our Stormtracker 13 Weather App!