DENVER - It will be a hot start to the week! We'll see mostly sunny skies this morning and then highs in the low 90s by early afternoon.
Storms will be possible every afternoon this week and there is a chance for severe weather along the Front Range and eastern plains both today and tomorrow. Today's storms will likely feature large hail and damaging winds. Most of these strong storms will be east of I-25 and across the plains.
Temperatures will be back in the mid 80s by midweek and we'll even drop a few degrees below normal by Thursday and Friday.
June usually brings Colorado the most severe weather of the entire year. Now is the time to be storm ready: Download our Storm Shield App. We also have a new feature available for cell phones and land lines — our new Storm Shield Phone Alerts!
For all of the information about the Storm Shield App and the new Storm Shield Phone Alerts, go to www.StormShieldAlerts.com. You can also call 877-438-4977 for more information and to sign up!
Storm alerts wherever you go: Storm Shield
Severe weather alerts for your exact location, powered by Mike Nelson. ($2.99 iTunes, Google Play)
Know how much snow will fall: SnowCast app
The SnowCast app tells you how much it's going to snow in precisely your neighborhood. ($2.99 iTunes)
View live weather radar on wrist via Apple Watch
Apple Watch now has an app for interactive hi-definition radar.
LIVE RADAR: Track the weather
Keep track of the weather moving in using the First Alert interactive radar.
Storm Watch: Live cameras on the Eastern Plains
7NEWS is teaming up with Viaero Wireless to help keep an eye on weather conditions in the Eastern Plains.
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