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Increasing Storm Chances for Wednesday


TONIGHT: Partly cloudy and mild overnight. Wednesday morning lows in the mid-50s.

TOMORROW: Mix of sun and clouds with highs soaring into the 60's and 70's for the Pikes Peak region and 80's to low 90's along the lower Arkansas Rivery Valley. Storms will begin to materialize around the I-25 corridor after the noon hour and move east across the plains through the 3-6pm time-frame. Strong to severe storms possible with the primary concern being strong winds and small-moderate size hail.

EXTENDED: Dry and hot Thursday... with critical fire weather in the forecast. Much colder Friday with showers and thundershowers... with highs in the upper-50s and low-60s. A changeover to a few flurries possible Friday evening as cold air arrives with lingering moisture present. Possible snow more certain across the high country. At this time, no widespread impacts expected for lower terrain areas. A cool start to the weekend Saturday with gradually warmer temperatures by Sunday.

Merry Matthews

Merry is KRDO’s chief meteorologist. Learn more about Merry here.

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