Published: Tue, April 17, 2018
Global | By Marsha Munoz

FIRST ALERT WEATHER DAY: Showers, thunderstorms likely Sunday

FIRST ALERT WEATHER DAY: Showers, thunderstorms likely Sunday

Expect sustained winds of 25-30mph with gusts close to 50mph. Highs along the Missouri River were lucky to manage 40° while areas on our western fringe, including Sheridan, made a run at 80°. As the day goes on, the heaviest rain will move east and it will taper off to showers and drizzle. As temperatures drop Wednesday night into Thursday morning we could see some snowflakes mixed in with the raindrops.

LONGER-RANGE FORECAST HIGHLIGHTS: Tuesday is likely to be sunny and crisp with daybreak temperatures in the 30s and 40s and afternoon highs in the 60s to around 70.

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The GFS and ECMWF keep the warm sector south of the red river thru the event, which suggests that severe weather potential will not be overly high with this event.

The winds are anticipated to taper off on Wednesday, as highs reach near 75-degrees. Cooler breezes from the west around 10 miles per hour.

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First of all for Monday night we will have some cloud cover lingering with lows from the upper 10s to lower 20s. A weak cold front brings highs back into the 70 by week's end and lows into the lower 50s. Skies are mostly clear to clear with a decent breeze out of the south around 5 to 15 miles per hour. The low tomorrow night is 43 degrees. Tuesday should be partly sunny with highs around 37.

"We are watching a late week storm that will bring rain and snow to southern Colorado Friday into Saturday".

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