DENVER -- Expect a mostly cloudy Thursday evening and overnight with temperatures cooling into the 60s.
Friday will have a sun-cloud mix with fewer thunderstorms and a lower threat of damaging impacts.
Temperatures will warm back to near 90 degrees for most areas in the city and the northern Front Range.
Hit-and-miss thunderstorms will continue throughout the weekend and into early next week. Temperatures will mostly be in the 90s.
Thursday's higher rain chances come at a good time.
July was drier than average for most of Colorado, and that resulted in dry conditions returning to the drought monitor, which had been drought-free for nearly two months.
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