Hazy, warm and dry on the Front Range heading into weekend

DENVER -- Skies will stay mostly sunny on the Front Range and eastern Plains on Friday with more dry conditions. High temperatures will reach the upper 80s and low 90s in most spots.

The Western Slope and mountains have a chance for isolated storms in the afternoon. None is expected to be severe.

Air quality will be poor again Friday because of wildfires raging in the western U.S.

High temperatures will stay close to 90 degrees for the weekend with a 10 percent chance of storms each afternoon.

Monday will be another day in the 90s for Denver. Storm chances will stay at 10 percent in the afternoon.

Cooler weather in the low 80s will move in on Tuesday with dry conditions.

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