DENVER -- Scattered showers and thunderstorms will continue early Friday evening, especially north of Denver. Some of the storms will contain hail, lightning and gusty wind. The threat for severe storms with larger hail and stronger wind will be over northeast Colorado.
We will have scattered showers and a few thunderstorms each afternoon on Saturday and Sunday, but without the threat of severe weather.
Temperatures over the weekend will cool into the 60s across metro Denver.
We have a better chance for rain showers across the entire Front Range and Denver coming on Monday and Tuesday as temperatures dip into the 50s. Rain totals from that soggy storm could reach 2 inches in some places.
Also, the mountains will be getting snow with that same storm system. Up to a foot of accumulation is possible in spots.
We will have additional light scattered showers on Wednesday and again on Thursday before finally getting our next dry day on Friday.
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