While most storms are not expected to be strong, isolated strong severe thunderstorms will be possible.
Current regional weather radar mosaic...
Storms will move east out of the area by morning and gusty, dry westerly winds will move in and warm the afternoon.
Strong storms will reach Indianapolis by 1am. Winds gusting to 50 miles per hour and nickel- to dime-size hail is also possible.
Not even a day after severe weather let up in the Denver metro, a second round of storms is brewing. The primary threats will be scattered storms with large hail and damaging winds.
Rivers start to drop, but flood crisis isn't over yet
Traci Belshe, who lives in the community southeast of Champaign, told WCIA that previous flooding has caused more serious issues. Flood waters could reach as high as 48 feet (15 meters) at Cape Girardeau by Saturday, which would be a new record.
On Tuesday the focus of severe weather shifts south into west-central Texas and southeastern New Mexico.
There is an 80 percent chance of rain and thunder beginning around 11 a.m., according to the National Weather Service in Boulder.
A Severe Thunderstorm Watch is in effect for most of central in until 1am Thursday. Locally heavy rain is also expected, so localized flooding is possible too. "The tricky part is how much sun we are going to see today". Additional showers and isolated thunder are likely Friday, but the severe threat looks minimal.
If you are exhausted of hearing about rain and storms, you will like Friday and the weekend.