Thornton, Colorado, USA
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Unseasonably warm temps, some chances for storms for Thornton’s weekend

Friday, June 5th, 2020 4:56am MST

There will be no appreciable break from the heat for us this weekend. Mercury readings are going to remain well above normal although one day does bring a decent chance for a thunderstorm.

For Friday, the day looks much like the past couple. We will have sunny skies for much of the day then see increased clouds in the PM. Highs will again push toward the mid-90s. There will be some scattered PM thunderstorm activity although for us wind looks to be the most notable feature. Tonight, mostly cloudy skies will be above with lows in the low 60s.

Saturday will be the “coolest” day of the three day period although still warmer than normal. Look for highs around 90 degrees. Partly sunny skies will be above as a weak system makes itself felt. The afternoon brings isolated thunderstorms that may, finally, provide a bit of moisture. Saturday night, winds will be breezy, skies mostly clear and lows will drop to the mid-50s.

Sunday sees the temperatures rebound with highs back into the mid-90s. It will be sunny and breezy winds will be with us for much of the day.

Have a great weekend!


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