Lochbuie, CO Marine Weather and Tide Forecast
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June 22, 2024 5:59 AM MDT (11:59 UTC) Change Location
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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Denver/Boulder CO 541 AM MDT Sat Jun 22 2024


- Upper ridging to move in bringing hotter and drier conditions to the forecast area this weekend into early next week.

SHORT TERM /Through tonight/
Issued at 320 AM MDT Sat Jun 22 2024

The convection is over across the CWA at this time. The winds across the forecast area are still being affected by it, but some areas are showing weak drainage patterns going.

Models show the upper ridging over the southeastern U.S. to build westward today and tonight. The flow aloft for the CWA will be zonal tonight. Precipitable water values dry out into the 0.50 to 0.80 inch range for this afternoon and evening. Surface dew points are progged mostly to be in the 40s F this afternoon and evening. The CAPE values are lower then they have been the last couple days with some over the mountains and northeast corner later today. Most of the models show limited late day convection for the CWA this afternoon and evening and cross sections point to higher based storms. More wind and less rainfall.

For temperatures today, highs look 1.0-2.5 C warmer than Friday's highs. There will be less low level moisture as well. A streak, perhaps a substantial one, of 90 degree highs in Denver will likely commence this afternoon.

LONG TERM /Sunday through Friday/
Issued at 257 AM MDT Sat Jun 22 2024

An upper level ridge over the Central and Southern Rockies will be responsible for bringing very warm/hot temperatures and mostly dry conditions through most of next week. Models are in good agreement high temperatures reach the upper 90s across northeast Colorado Sunday and Monday. A few low 100s seem reasonable as well. Enough moisture gets trapped under the ridge for afternoon/evening high based showers and thunderstorms. Brief light to moderate rain and gusty outflow winds will be the main features with showers and storms for both Sunday and Monday.
Southerly low level flow over the plains increases low level moisture Sunday over far eastern Colorado Some stronger storms may be found east of a line from Sterling to Limon.

Forecast becomes a little uncertain beginning Tuesday. A short wave trough passes over the ridge and across the Northern Plains.
A cold front associated with it pushes southward across eastern Colorado early Tuesday. May not be much cold air behind it with model guidance showing highs taking a small step back, into the lower to mid 90s over northeast Colorado. For Wednesday through Friday, upper level ridge remains over the region and will continue to bring above normal temperatures, with highs in the 90s. Seems to be some agreement among the models that subtropical moisture increases over Colorado and brings a better chance for showers and thunderstorms each afternoon/evening.

AVIATION /12Z TAFS through 12Z Sunday/
Issued at 541 AM MDT Sat Jun 22 2024

Weak drainage winds finally started at DIA around 08Z early this morning. They are more due southerly as well. Pretty normal diurnal wind patterns are expected at the big airport today and tonight; although speeds will be on the weak side. Debated whether or not to put outflow gusts in the TAF this afternoon without mention of the TS. Opted no for this update, however a TEMPO group with VRB20G40KT may eventually be needed. I did keep the VCSH in there, which could easily produce strong outflows as well. There should not be any ceiling issues.


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