DENVER (KDVR) — Scattered showers and storms will move across the Front Range Monday afternoon and evening. Most storms are not expected to reach severe levels tonight but the best chance for stronger storms will stay on the southeast plains. Small hail, lightning, and heavy downpours are all possible in storms that do develop.
Tuesday will be another gloomy day with morning cloud cover and scattered showers. Cloud cover will limit heating with high temperatures staying in the low 60s. Drier weather will return to Colorado Tuesday afternoon and evening.
There will still be a few lingering storms on Wednesday afternoon but most places will stay dry. High temperatures will be in the low 70s.
Drier weather will move in on Thursday and Friday with only a 10% chance for storms each afternoon. Less cloud cover will allow temperatures to climb close to 80 degrees.
Saturday will have a few scattered afternoon storms with a dry end to the weekend.