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Comfortable temps, another chance for storms for Thornton’s Wednesday

Wednesday, May 17th, 2017 5:03am MDT

We continue to see a shift in the weather pattern as another front moves through today. Its effects will be mainly in the form of slightly cooler temps and another round of thunderstorms. The real changes arrive tomorrow through Friday.

For today we start out with mostly to partly sunny skies above. Late morning will see things clear a bit before we start to see clouds increase in the afternoon. Temperatures will be topping out in the upper 60s, close to 70 degrees.

By mid to late afternoon we see chances for thunderstorms and showers although they are not expected to be anything extraordinary. Tonight, after about 9:00pm, rain coverage will increase and showers become likely through tomorrow.

Lows tonight will be chilly as the mercury dips to around 40 degrees.

The next low pressure system arrives tomorrow and that is going to bring in significant changes. High temperatures on Thursday and Friday will be only in the low to mid-40s coupled with respectable amounts of precipitation.

Thursday night into Friday morning we are going to temperatures drop to close to freezing and that will then help introduce a chance for snow early Friday morning. How much? Well, that is tough to tell yet with many variables at play. We could very well see an inch or two of the white stuff. However, it is also feasible we only see a mix of rain and snow with no accumulation at all. Certainly any that falls is going to melt quickly. We’ll have a better feel for things tomorrow when the system is closer.


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