Slight risk of severe storms as wet pattern continues

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DENVER — More severe storms are possible Monday afternoon across the Front Range.

Monday morning will be calm with partly cloudy skies. But as temperatures heat into the 70s in the early afternoon, there will be a chance of scattered showers and storms.

Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo and some on the eastern Plains are under a slight risk for severe storms. The main threats will be strong wind, hail, heavy rain and lightning.

Storms will continue on and off through the evening before dying down after midnight.

The wet pattern continues with rain chances through Thursday.

Monday and Tuesday will bring scattered storms, while Wednesday and Thursday will bring more widespread rain and cloud cover.

Temperatures will cool to the 60s by Tuesday and Wednesday, and the 50s on Thursday around the Denver metro area. Drier weather will move in Friday.

The mountains will also continue to see a wet pattern with scattered storms and showers in the forecast for the next several days. Highs will be in the 60s on Monday and cool to the 50s be midweek.

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