Severe storms for the end of the week

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DENVER -- Temperatures warmed into the seasonal mid-80s for the first day of summer in Denver on Thursday.  Although it was mostly stormless, that changes Friday and Sunday.

There will be scattered storms on Friday as temperatures stay in the warm 80s. A few of those storms might contain hail and could be severe; the highest risk of damaging storms is east of Interstate 25.

Although a storm or two is possible Saturday, the chance is quite a bit lower. Temperatures will be in the 80s again.

The next best chance for rain arrives on Sunday and Monday -- severe storms are possible -- along with cooler temperatures in the middle to upper 70s.

The weather pattern looks dry and hot for the rest of next week with plenty of sunshine and afternoon readings in the low to mid-


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