Damp and cool Friday; chance of rain during holiday weekend

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DENVER -- A day after strong and severe storms rolled through Denver and the Plains, things will calm down Friday.

The threat for severe weather has shifted to the east from the Denver metro area, but scattered showers with an occasional heavy downpour remain in the forecast Friday.

The wet weather will begin to die down closer to sunset, but it will be mostly cloudy with a few peeks of late-day sunshine. Highs will only reach the lower 60s.

Each day of the holiday weekend looks very similar. Saturday, Sunday and Monday will start with plenty of sunshine, then a few clouds will develop in the afternoon, eventually followed by pop-up showers and potential thunderstorms.

The best chance for rain will occur Monday afternoon, with the lowest opportunity on Saturday.


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