Few strong storms possible this evening

Pablo Tucker
May 27, 2019

Mott said it is troublesome trying to predict how much rain might fall, but that forecasters generally were expecting the storms to bring "very heavy rainfall", as it notes on its website.

Meteorologist Mark Larson says most of Memorial Day Monday will be dry but there's more storms on the way to Kansas Tuesday, our break from wet weather will be brief.

The CBS 58 Ready Weather app will be your friend if you have outdoor activities or plan on doing some evening grilling. Winds could gust as high as 25 miles per hour.

Sun: High: 84 Low: 66 Mostly cloudy, breezy. A few of these storms could be severe. Highs aim for the upper 80s with light winds from the south.

The risk for severe weather will be lower than Sunday, with strong winds and frequent lightning the main concerns, especially along the northern Front Range. Storms won't be as widespread as overnight Sunday, but any storms that do fire may be strong to severe once again.

Tomorrow: Showers and storms into the early afternoon.

The cloud cover and scattered rain will stick around throughout the day as highs only make it into the mid-50s.

Thu: High: 77 Low: 55 Mostly sunny. During the mid to late afternoon a few storms will be possible on Monday. The majority of weather models keep that front in northern IL which keeps our temperatures in the 60s with a lake breeze today.

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