OH, I THINK ALL OF US WILL HAVE GREEN LAWNS HERE BY THE END OF THE WEEK WITH ALL OF THE RAIN. IF YOU HAVE NOT ALREADY TURNED OFF THE SPRINKLER SYSTEM, JUST GO AHEAD AND DO IT. 68-DEGREES IN DENVER RIGHT NOW. IT IS HAZY, WE HAD FOG START THE DAY. AND NOW REVIEWING WHAT HAPPENED YESTERDAY, REALLY QUICK, AT THE AIRPORT YESTERDAY, WE HAD 0.9 OF AN INCH OF RAIN. THE RECORD WAS 0.95. SO WE JUST MISSED RARED RAINFALL. FOR THE MONTH SO FAR, 1.71, INCLUDING WITH YESTERDAY, NOTHING IN THE RAIN GAUGE TODAY SO FAR, THE NORMAL FOR THE WHOLE MONTH IS USUALLY 1.69. IS WE HAVE ALREADY SEEN–SO WE HAVE ALREADY SEEN MORE RAIN IN JUST THE FIRST WEEK OF AUGUST THAN WE USUALLY SEE THE ENTIRE MONTH. THE DOPPLER 4000 IS SHOWING ALL OF THE CLOUDS HERE AT LOWER ELEVATIONS AND WIDELY SCATTERED SHOWERS AND STORMS OUT THERE. ASPEN AND SUMMIT COUNTY, LIGHTENING THERE. AND NOT NOT FAR FROM FRISCO AND DILLON. AND THAT ACTIVITY IS TRYING TO GO TO DENVER. SO OUR RAIN CHANCES ARE OBVIOUSLY GOING TO GO UP HERE IN THE METRO AREA AS THE MOISTURE IS MAKING IT TWICE DENVER. AND KNEW LOOK AT THE BIG PICTURE HERE, WE HAVE TO GO OUT TO THE WEST COAST, JUST TO THE NORTHWEST OF THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, THE UPPER LEVEL WINDS, NOTICE THEY ARE SPINNING AROUND HERE, AND A THAT IS WHERE WE HAVE THE HIGH PRESSURE, WITH THAT HIGH PARKED THERE OFF OF THE COAST OF FAR NORTHERN CALIFORNIA, IT IS JUST ALLOWING ALL OF THE MOISTURE TO COME THROUGH COLORADO. AND NOW GOING THROUGH MIDDAY TOMORROW, ABOUT 24 HOURS FROM NOW, NOTICE THAT THE PATTERN IS NOT CHANGING AT ALL. IN FACT, THIS PATTERN WILL STAY IN PLACE FOR THE NEXT FIVE TO SEVEN DAYS. NOW WE ARE NOT GOING TO SEE AS MUCH RAIN, OR AS MUCH CLOUD COVER AS WE SAW YESTERDAY. BUT STILL, ONGOING ALL THE WAY THROUGH THE WEEKEND AND INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK, A CHANCE FOR SHOWERS AND STORMS EACH DAY AND TEMPERATURES STAY DE-LOW FORMAL IF THE–BELOW NORMAL FOR THE FUTURE. IT IS PROBABLY THE WEEK OF THE 21st OF AUGUST BEFORE WE HAVE ANY CHANCE OF ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES. AND NOW 5:00 P.M., NOTICE SHOWERS AND STORMS AN THE AREA, UP AND DOWN I-25. BY THE TIME THE SUN GOES DOWN, HERE IS 9:00 P.M., I THINK MOST OF THE SHOWER ACTIVITY WILL BE COMING TO AN END. BOTHRIA THE MIDNIGHT HOUR, WE COULD HAVE A FEW THUNDERSTORMS FOR OUR FRIENDS OUT IN WELL, COUNTY. SEVERE WEATHER OUTLOOKS, WE HAVE GOT HAVE A MARGINAL RISK AND DENVER AND FORT COLLINS. DAMAGING WINDS IS GREATEST CONCERN, I WOULD BE SURPRISED IF THERE IS ANY LARGE HAIL. 707s FOR HIGHS. 60s IN THE MOUNTAINS. 70s AND 80s OUT ON THE WESTERN SLOPE. SO FOR TODAY A40% CHANCE FOR SHOWERS AND STORMS, THAT GOES UP TO A 50%, MAYBE 60% CHANCE FOR SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS. AND LIKE I SAID, IT IS JUST A