DENVER (CBS4) – Friday’s wind turbine will continue its slow eastward advance today with mostly improving wind speeds. It will take longer for the Far Eastern Plains of Colorado to see speeds slow down, especially in the northeast corner, but hang in there, it should get a bit better. The rest of us will still have wind from time to time but nothing like yesterday.
BUH BYE – wind maker – don’t let the door knock on you…. Well you know the saying haha. Still windy in northeast Colorado, but speeds should improve a little more as it gets further out. The next storm hits Sunday evening. join me and @Mekialaya up to 9a for the details! #COwx #4wx pic.twitter.com/bspGOki0yu
— Chris Spears (@ChrisCBS4) April 30, 2022
Today will be the day of choice of the weekend to be outside in terms of sunshine. Most of the state will be virtually cloudless with seasonal temperatures in the 50s and 60s. Parts of southern Colorado will see a few lower 70s. Sunday temperatures will be similar, but will start to turn cloudy in the day before the next storm.
This storm will bring a bit of everything to Colorado. In true May fashion, we could even see a few strong to severe thunderstorms by Sunday afternoon and evening over the eastern plains. Then rain and snow will develop overnight in the mountains and spread to Denver and the northeast plains by Monday morning.
The first week of May will be active for Colorado with at least two chances for some much needed moisture. After the storm of Sunday evening and Monday we will see the next Wednesday arrive.