DENVER -- Showers and thunderstorms will move across the metro area again Monday evening. Most storms should be east of the city by 7 to 8 p.m. There is no threat for severe weather, although lightning is always a danger.
The storms will last on the eastern Plains (east of Denver International Airport) until 11 p.m. before exiting the state. A few of the far eastern storms could be strong to severe, with large hail and wind being the biggest threats.
We will have a couple of dry days on Tuesday and Wednesday with plenty of sunshine to enjoy.
Temperatures will reach the upper 80s to near 90 degrees on Tuesday.
A weak cold front will slide south across the area late Tuesday night and kick up the wind from the north. That cold front will cool temperatures into the low to mid-80s on Wednesday, but we stay dry.
We will reach the 90s for the end of the week and early next week, with Saturday being the only day in the 80s. Also, a few scattered thunderstorms are expected each afternoon, especially on Saturday.
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