Strong to severe storms return for Memorial Day in Denver, along Front Range

DENVER -- It has been a very active Sunday on the eastern Plains of Colorado.

There were strong to severe storms all afternoon that will slowly make their way northeast before exiting the state. There is a severe thunderstorm watch in place until 8 p.m.

Overnight, a few lingering showers and storms are possible on the northern Front Range near the Colorado-Wyoming border.

Cloudy skies will linger on the Front Range and eastern Plains. A few early morning showers and storms can't be ruled out on the northeast Plains on Monday.

Denver will start Memorial Day with mostly cloudy skies. A little sunshine might peak out midday before storms move in during the afternoon.

Denver, the Front Range, foothills and eastern Plains have a chance to see severe storms Monday afternoon.

Temperatures will be cooler, reaching the mid-70s in Denver.

Storms on Monday afternoon could reach severe limits for the areas in green and yellow.

Large hail, strong winds and isolated tornadoes are possible.

Tuesday will stay in the 70s with more chances for afternoon storms. High temperatures will warm to the 80s on Wednesday with a 20 percent chance of afternoon storms.

Drier weather moves in Thursday through Saturday with temperatures reaching the upper 80s and low 90s.

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