DENVER -- Temperatures will remain below average as the Fourth of July holiday ends in Colorado.
Highs will max out in the mid- to upper 80s by Sunday afternoon, with a few afternoon thunderstorms possible.
Similar to the past few days, storms will be capable of producing hail, frequent lightning and strong wind.
Thunderstorms will develop by midday in the high country, pushing through the Interstate 25 corridor and the Denver metro area by midafternoon.
Expect a lingering shower or two to be possible Sunday night into Monday morning for the eastern Plains, with conditions clearing by the morning commute.
There will be a few thunderstorms around Monday afternoon with highs in the low 80s.
After Monday, a drier, warmer pattern moves into the Front Range, driving temperatures back into the low 90s.
There will be a 10% chance for a shower or two during the afternoon each day this week.
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