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A stormy start to the week

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TODAY: Partly cloudy skies are in the forecast for much of today, with increasing chances for storms between noon and 3pm. These become more numerous and widespread through the evening hours and won't be tapering off until midnight or soon after. The biggest threat from storms today will be burn scar flash flooding and areas of frequent lightning. Highs today will warm into the 80s and 90s, so we will be kicking off June on a very warm note! This is thanks to a ridge of high pressure over the area which will be holding tight through the early week.

TONIGHT: Drying out and clearing out between midnight and 3am this morning. Lows will cool to the 50s.

EXTENDED: More chances for showers and storms are in the forecast through Friday and highs will be staying in the 80s and 90s. Dry, hot weather is expected for both Saturday and Sunday. Look for partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies!

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Katie Donovan

Katie is a meteorologist for Good Morning Colorado and KRDO at Noon. Learn more about Katie here.

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