Storms possible in metro Denver Saturday

Severe weather is likely this afternoon and evening with damaging winds up to 80 miles per hour, golf ball or larger sized hail, along with a few tornadoes possible. The greatest risks will be for large hail (2"+), damaging winds (80 mph) and a few isolated tornadoes". Wind will likely be the biggest concern with any storms that we experience, but if storms arrive as soon as Futurecast indicates Saturday evening, a few tornadoes will also be possible. He said a line of thunderstorms will move through the area between around 8 p.m. and midnight which could bring the threat of severe weather. Storms came through late Saturday morning producing up to nickel sized hail near Americus, quarter sized hail near BETO Junction and golf ball sized hail near Melvern.

Isolated cells will contain hail up to baseball size as well as the potential for strong tornadoes.

Later Saturday evening, the chances for more organized storms will increase in Arkansas. SOUTHEASTERN SMYTH AND WESTERN GRAYSON COUNTIES IN SOUTHWESTERN VIRGINIA.At 754 PM EDT, a severe thunderstorm was located over Rugby, moving southeast at 15 miles per hour. Look for storms crossing into Kansas between 5-8pm. These storms could include high winds and large hail. While the morning storms were not expected to have much severe potential, they helped set the stage for storms later in the day that will be severe.

While heavy and gusty storms could impact areas from Cincinnati to San Antonio, Texas, on Sunday, the greatest threat for severe weather will concentrate on the OH and Tennessee valleys.

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A bumpy start to the Memorial Day weekend with a chance of strong to severe storms this afternoon. Heavy rainfall may also lead to flash flooding.

That front will try to move away on Wednesday, but there will still be a slight chance of a storm on Wednesday with highs remaining in the middle 80s.

The Memorial Day forecast calls for sunny skies and a high temperature of 81.

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