DENVER - A few showers and storms developed along the Front Range tonight and and brought lots of lightning with heavy rain and even some pea sized hail have developed.
Tonight we will look for temperatures to drop into the 40s, so it is going to be a chilly start to the day on Sunday. A few clouds wil develop along the northeastern plains, and we may see a few clouds here in the metro area as well, after the rain moves out.
Tomorrow will be beautiful, and perfect for a Broncos win! The day will start off with a few clouds and temperatures in the 40s, but we will warm into the upper 50s by lunch. Expect low to mid 60s by kick off with a mix of sun and clouds. There is a slight chance for a shower late in the day, but for now it looks to be after 7p.m.
Monday will be a little warmer with a chance for showers late in the day and into Tuesday morning as another front arrives.
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