Jun 8, 2014 10:00 PM by John Dissauer
Update: 9:20pm MT: There have been 166 reports of severe weather today in the United States. Of the 166 reports, 14 were reports of tornadoes. Eight of the reports, or 57%, were in the state of Colorado.
Update 8:00pm MT: An active weather day for southern Colorado. We had a little bit of everything. Tornadoes, hail, wind, lightning and heavy rain. Only thing we were missing is a little snow and we could have hit for the weather-cycle.
For the rest of this evening, don't be surprised by a few showers or even a thunderstorm moving through the area. They will be possible up through around midnight. Light rain, gusty winds and perhaps small hail could be possible with a few of the stronger cells that develop. Otherwise, it will be a chilly overnight/morning. Temperatures should drop to the 30°s and 40°s by morning.
Monday will be much quieter as far as weather is concerned. Skies should stay mainly sunny throughout the day, especially in the mountains and the I-25 corridor. In the eastern Plains, near the Kansas border, it isn't out of the question there could be a few scattered showers. Temperatures should top out in the upper 60°s to lower 70°s. - Meteorologist John Dissauer