Storms bring hail and wind

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DENVER -- Showers and thunderstorms will be moving off the mountains heading east across Colorado on Monday.

Some of the storms might produce gusty wind, lightning and hail. There could also be pockets of heavy rain.

The greatest threat for severe weather is from the south Denver metro area to the southern border.

The threat from the strongest storms should diminish around 9 p.m., but some lingering showers could persist until midnight.

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There will be more storms each afternoon on Tuesday and Wednesday. The threat of wind, lightning and hail will again exist.

The weather pattern looks quiet starting on Thursday and lasting into early next week.

There will be plenty of sunshine each day along with temperatures in mid-80s to around 90 degrees on a few afternoons.

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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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