Dry Monday ahead before storm chances return

DENVER -- It has been another hot, dry and hazy day across the Front Range. Sunday afternoon high temperatures reached the 90s in most spots again.

Smoke pushed into eastern Colorado from wildfires in Canada and the Western U.S., making air quality poor.

Denver will stay dry, breezy and smoky through the rest of Sunday evening.

Monday will be another warm and dry day. Denver will see high temperatures about 88 degrees and skies will still be hazy.

The mountains have a chance for scattered storms Monday afternoon and evening.

Storm chances return to Denver and the Front Range on Tuesday afternoon and will stick around for the rest of the week. Temperatures will be in the low to mid 80s each day through next weekend.

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