Colder temperatures, showers and thunderstorms head to Greeley and Weld counties – Greeley Tribune

It’s a very different Thursday in Greeley and Weld County.

According to the National Weather Service, the high temperatures that have (seemingly) been a staple of summer 2022 will return soon — this weekend.

The weather service is calling for highs in the upper 80s to low and mid-90s Saturday, Sunday and Monday.

While the temperature in Greeley was nearly 90 degrees on Wednesday — 89.6 a few times during the day — the area is not expected to reach 80 degrees on Thursday.

Meanwhile, the National Weather Service updated a flood watch Thursday morning to include neighboring Larimer and Boulder counties. Portions of Weld County, the northwest, northeast, and south of the county, are included in the hazardous weather outlook for a flash flood watch and flash flood watch issued late Thursday morning.

A flood watch remains in effect through the evening for parts of the urban corridor, mainly west of I-25 and north of I-70, according to the weather service.

Around 11:20 a.m., the NWS issued a flash flood warning for Logan, Morgan and Washington counties with excessive rainfall.

The National Meteorological Organization has announced the possibility of rain and thunder during most of the afternoon until Thursday evening and early Friday morning.

Partly cloudy skies are expected on Thursday with a high of 78 degrees.

Thursday morning was noticeably cooler at 61 degrees by about 11am

Warmer days, or more ideal days, begin on Friday. The forecast calls for partly sunny skies with a high near 81 and a 50 percent chance of afternoon showers and thunderstorms.

Warming up Saturday with a high near 88.

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