From Chief Meteorologist Dave Fraser:
Severe Weather: There is a good deal of humidity in the air today and that combined with heating should trigger some scattered storms. The timing could be late in the evening before we see a storm in metro Denver much like what happened last night. And, with the storms comes gusty wind, lightning, heavy rain and hail. So, be prepared to protect your property should you start to see a storm heading your way.
Your Weekend: The 90s return over the weekend and into early next week. Most places along the Front Range will stay dry on Saturday with only an isolated storm possible. A slightly better chance for storms arrives late on Sunday.
Stormy Skies: We have a chance for rain each afternoon all next week. The storms will be scattered on Monday & Tuesday. The storms will have a little higher coverage on Wednesday. Your Thursday is looking to be the wettest day of the week. We go back to hit & miss storms on Friday.
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