Hot streak continues across Colorado

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DENVER -- It reached 98 degrees on Sunday afternoon in Denver, 5 degrees short of the record high for the date.

Scattered storms will move across the Front Range on Sunday afternoon and evening, allowing temperatures to cool off a few degrees.

Storms could contain lightning, gusty winds, and a brief downpour.

Monday is going to be a few degrees cooler than this weekend with afternoon high temperatures reaching the mid-90s in Denver.

Sunny and dry conditions will be the trend statewide with the exception of a few afternoon storms in southwest Colorado.

The heat is here to stay on Tuesday with a high temperature of 96 degrees in Denver with dry conditions.

The rest of the week will stay in the 90s with slight chances for storms each afternoon.

A better chances for rain and cooler temperatures will move in next weekend.

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We're tracking weather today on FOX31 Denver and Channel 2 News - and when conditions are bad we send out the Weather Beast.

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