DENVER - There is a weak stationary front draped across the Front Range. This front has served as the focus point for thunderstorms and will remain stalled over the eastern plains with strong thunderstorms along and east of the I-25 Corridor.
The front will remain in the area on Friday night bringing another chance for thunderstorms to Denver, the I-25 Corridor and the eastern plains. A Severe Thunderstorm Warning is in effect for the entire Denver metro area and the eastern plains until 10pm Friday night.
Saturday and Sunday will be back to hot and mostly dry with isolated afternoon and evening thunderstorms. Highs will bounce back into the mid 90s for lower elevations and upper 70s to low 80s in the mountains.
The weather will remain hot and mostly dry for Monday and Tuesday (a few pm storms possible) with a better chance for storms by next Wednesday as some monsoon moisture begins to flow back into Colorado from the southwest.
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