This Monday, we’ll be watching a cold front emerge from the southern Rocky Mountains. This will cause widespread showers and thunderstorms across eastern New Mexico and southeastern Colorado late in the day. Between 12 and 3pm MDT the storms will quickly develop and strengthen. There will also be a few storms possible in West Texas up through western Kansas. These storms will pose the main risk of damaging winds, some large hail, and even an isolated tornado or two.

Overnight, these storms will march into West Texas, but will weaken early Tuesday morning. A few lingering showers will be possible after sunrise, but will dissipate midday.

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