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DENVER (KDVR) — Flash flood watches continue Thursday night in the foothills west of Denver. The main concern will be the burn scars.

We are expecting scattered showers and thunderstorms until about 10 p.m. for metro Denver and the Front Range.

Some storms may produce heavy rain. And, if that happens to fall over an already soaked area it could cause localized flooding.

The Front Range is not under any advisory for flooding. But, again, pockets of heavy rainfall will be possible.

Also, we do not anticipate a repeat of the rigorous storms of Wednesday night. We expect slower-moving storms. Some small hail could also mix with a few storms, but stay below severe limits.

Rain/thunderstorms could last through the night into Friday morning in the southern mountains.

The chance for rain/thunderstorms in Denver on Friday drops to 40% with highs in the 70s.

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Saturday starts dry and sunny with a 20% chance of afternoon thunderstorms and highs in the 80s.

Temperatures will heat back up on Sunday with highs in the 90s. Conditions will also be drier, with only a 10% chance of rain and thunderstorms.