90° heat will hold for one more day before scattered storms bring an end to this recent hot stretch.
There is a marginal risk for severe weather on the Front Range and northeast Plains Sunday. Tonight, a very weak disturbance will be rolling through which could touch off a few isolated showers or T'storms in the evening.
Mostly sunny and warmer Thursday with highs in the mid to upper 80s.
After a few scattered and isolated storms popped up across our area this afternoon, things will be getting better for this evening and into the overnight hours. A cold front arrives in the afternoon, spreading showers and thunderstorms, especially in our Metro and South Zones. But right now a widespread outbreak is not in the cards.
Friday, another shot of showers and storms with highs in the mid 80s. A low pressure center will get cutoff from the larger flow just to our southwest.
Monday will start off with some fog under partly cloudy skies. By the second half of the week the rain chances then slowly move out and things dry up. With the rain and added cloud cover, temperatures will be pulled back to the 80's, more seasonal level temperatures.