July 4th Forecast

We promised an outlook for the 4th, and here it is - warm and mostly dry. Enjoy the 4th!

Haha, okay okay we'll write more.

So, Wednesday hit the 90s and will do so again Thursday. Here is a look at the high-temperature map for the state:
That's some nice looking heat for lakes and pools.

As far as storm chances, they remain low but do favor northeastern Colorado. Here is the outlook from SPC for late day thunderstorms in our area:

Now, what is of more significant note will be the storm chances that move in Friday and Saturday, which will be higher again.

You may have plans that will be impacted based on a 30 to 40 percent likelihood of getting hit by a storm later Friday and during the day Saturday, so be more weather aware is what we are trying to say.

Temperatures will also be cooler during the stormier stretch. A cold front will swing through to knock us down about 10 degrees into the middle and lower 80s.

You can see the trend here in the daily highs and lows.

Have a great 4th, enjoy the stormier days, then we'll see you back here Sunday with our next SOTA.


This is a collaborative post from multiple authors at Weather5280.

Denver, Colorado
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