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High pressure will continue to build over the region, with moisture wrapping around the system and over Colorado. This will lead to afternoon thunderstorm chances today, primarily over the mountains. Given weak flow within the high pressure system, storms will not move much, meaning storm chances on the plains will be lower than previous days. Do expect a few storms to make it to the I-25 corridor, though. The main threat with storms today will be heavy rainfall and lightning, including the potential for flash flooding over burn scars. A few stronger storms could produce hail to the size of half dollars and wind gusts to 60 mph. Today will be the coolest it’s been in a while, so enjoy!