DENVER – Father's Day Sunday, expect sunshine and highs in the 80s.
Winds pick up ahead of our next front that will bring a better chance for rain to the Front Range late tonight, into early Monday.
There is still a chance for a few thunderstorms over higher elevations, spreading east over the plains in the late-afternoon. The risk of severe weather is low.
Tonight, lows will be cooler, in the low 50s across the Denver metro-area, with widespread rain likely through early Monday morning.
Smoke from wildfires in Utah and Arizona will be persistent across the state and in western Colorado. Stage 1 fire restrictions are into effect across much of western Colorado again. A Red Flag Warning will be in effect until 9 p.m.
Monday over the Front Range, expect a chance for showers in the morning- then clearing skies. Highs will be much cooler tomorrow, only be in the mid 70s.
Things will heat up quickly though, with highs returning to the 90s Tuesday through the end of the week.
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