Sunny Sunday with storms returning mid-week

Volatile, warming weather Thursday could end with strong thunderstorms — and a soggy Cubs game

Volatile, warming weather Thursday could end with strong thunderstorms — and a soggy Cubs game

Another minor storm system will bring a chance for rain to Denver by late Tuesday and Wednesday, with light snow for the mountains.

Afternoon temperatures for Monday will be in the 50s under partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies.

Sunday is shaping up to be a cloudy day, with a chance of showers and thunderstorms increasing in the afternoon and evening as a strong low-pressure system arrives from the Appalachian Mountains.

A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has also been announced for Chattooga, Dade, and Walker counties until 8:30 a.m. and Floyd County until 8:45 a.m., with 60 miles per hour winds expected.

After round one of the thunderstorms wrap up, we should see a brief break in the action. Sunshine may breakout across the mountains and if it does temperatures will soar into the upper 70s.

During the special, we will offer tips to keeping you and your family safe, as well as stories about protecting your home from the damaging storms. Parts of northeast Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas are facing a moderate risk for severe storms. No severe weather is expected at this time but lightning and locally heavy downpours are possible.

Showers will linger on Thursday, with highs dropping into the low 60s. Expect temperatures to drop into the middle 50s. By the afternoon, we will find ourselves in the warm sector wedged between a warm front and a cold front. It looks like accumulating snow for the mountains, windy conditions for foothills and mountains, and rain showers along the Interstate 25 corridor.

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