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Rainy and cool followed by drier, warmer Monday

DENVER -- A cold front combined with monsoon moisture finally brought cooler temperatures and better rain chances to the Front Range.

The high temperature in Denver reached 75 degrees on Sunday just after midnight. Afternoon temperatures stayed in the 60s with on-and-off showers.

Scattered showers and storms will continue through Sunday evening across most of Colorado.

Denver and parts of the Front Range are under a flash flood Watch until 9 p.m. Heavy rain is possible with any shower or storm that develops.

Additional rainfall totals could reach up to a half of an inch in some isolated spots. Rain will clear out late Sunday and early Monday morning.

Temperatures will heat back up to the 80s on Monday afternoon as sunshine returns. There is a 10 percent chance for a few isolated storms in the afternoon.

Temperatures will stay in the 80s for Tuesday with a 30 percent chance of afternoon storms.

Drier weather moves in Wednesday through Saturday with highs returning to the 90s each day.

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