DENVER -- Denver hit a high temperature of 94 degrees on Saturday, 1 degree short of the record.
On Saturday night, temperatures will stay mild with dry conditions across Colorado. Winds will stay breezy in spots but will calm down overnight before returning tomorrow.
Sunday won't be as hot as today but will still be warm for this time of year. Denver's afternoon high temperature will reach 88 degrees with partly cloudy skies and gusty winds.
Winds will reach up to 35 mph in the afternoon making fire danger high. The Front Range only has a 10 percent chance of an isolated storm on Sunday with better chances staying on the eastern Plains.
The eastern Plains will see scattered storms through the afternoon and evening. The main threats will be large hail and strong winds but an isolated tornado can't be ruled out. Storms will clear late Sunday night.
Temperatures will be closer to average for this time of year on Memorial Day with a high of 76 degrees expected in Denver.
There will be a 40 percent chance of thunderstorms on the Front Range, eastern Plains, and in the mountains Monday afternoon and evening.
Storms could be strong to severe with lightning, hail and strong winds. Winds will stay gusty on Monday, especially on the eastern Plains.
Temperatures will stay in the upper 70s on Tuesday with a 20 percent chance of afternoon storms. Wednesday will climb to the 80s with a 20 percent chance of afternoon storms.
Drier weather moves in on Thursday and stays through Saturday. Temperatures will be in the 80s and 90s to end the work week.
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