Afternoon Thunderstorm Forecast and Monitoring 6/18


Updates (see original forecast below)-

Thunderstorms have developed along the foothills to the west of Boulder and Longmont. Storms look to be intensifying quickly and one report of pea-sized hail has already been made from the storm northwest of Nederland.

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Thunderstorm Position and Intensity at 4:45pm


THIS AFTERNOON’S THUNDERSTORM FORECAST-

A few thunderstorms are in the forecast for this afternoon and evening!

Denver will see a few thunderstorms, but severe storm development should stay far to the east/northeast of the metro area. Thunderstorms should begin to build around town over the next couple hours and will move to the northeast fairly quickly.

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Expected Storm Position and Intensity at 8pm from 20Z HRRR Model Run

Severe Storm Risk- Current models are showing severe storms developing east of DIA and E-470 (picture) with storms continuing to develop and eventually tracking along I-76. Threats from these storms will be large hail, damaging winds, and possibly a tornado.

As always, feel free to ask any questions that you might have.

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