Aug 02, 2020
Colorado Weather: Sunday To Bring Threat For Severe T-storms With Hail By Afternoon
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DENVER (CBS4) – If you’re making plans to be outside on Sunday be sure to keep an eye to the sky after 1 pm, especially along the Front Range. We could see some active weather thanks to a cold front that will move in overnight.
Moisture will increase after the front passes and that will set the stage for some afternoon storms on Sunday that could reach severe limits.Large hail will be of particular concern along with wind gusts that top 60 mph.
Areas in green on the map below will have the highest chance to see a storm. Right now that risk is low but don’t let that put your guard down. Some of our busiest severe weather days have been when the outlook is only marginal.
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After Night Of Storms, Heavy Rain, Street Flooding Reported In Minneapolis
A WCCO-TV photographer captured street flooding at the intersection of West 24th Street and Cedar Shore Drive, just west of Cedar Lake.
Neighbors say a motorists tried to drive through the massive puddle, but got stuck. The driver was able to get out of the car unharmed.
According to the National Weather Service, more than 3 inches of rain fell in Minneapolis overnight. Earlier Monday morning, a flash flood warning was briefly issued for the southwestern Twin Cities metro.