WEATHER FORECAST IN DENVER: Hot for Sunday, then thunderstorms at the start of the week

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DENVER (KDVR) – Additional clouds linger over Denver on Saturday evening with slight lows in the mid-50s. Partial sun returned on Sunday, helping temperatures drop into the lower 80s. There is a risk of isolated storms in the afternoon and evening along the eastern plains.

Monday starts the work week with partly cloudy skies and warm highs in the lower 80s. Showers and storms arise along Front Range in the afternoon and pour into the Eastern Plains. We could see severe thunderstorms with gusty winds, heavy rain and small hail. The central and southern eastern plains are under a slight risk of severe weather on Monday.

Tuesday also has a chance of storms during the second half of the day, but it seems less widespread than Monday. The maximums will be close to the 80 degree mark with strong winds in the afternoon.

Wednesday is back to mostly sunny skies with seasonal highs in the upper 70s and a small chance for a storm.

Clouds are in for Thursday afternoon with a small chance of a thunderstorm. Temperatures are warmer as we wind down the work week and head into the weekend. We will see highs remaining in the mid 80’s heading into next weekend.

Friday has mostly cloudy skies with lighter winds. Saturday had much more sunshine with the small chance of a late storm.

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