DENVER (CBS4) – A weak cold front managed to dip into northeastern Colorado on Sunday. This brought in a few more clouds and cooler temps. Denver’s high only made it to 79 at Denver International Airport. Fifteen degrees cooler than Saturday’s high of 94.
There is a slight chance for a few isolated showers and thunderstorms into Sunday night for the northern Front Range and northeastern plains including the Denver metro area. Some of the storms over Weld County may reach severe levels containing hail and strong gusty winds.
Monday will be windy and hot ahead of an approaching cold front. This may increase the fire danger over eastern Colorado. There is a problem with the fire threat over the western slope already. Where there is a Red Flag Warning through Monday night.
At the same time there is a Flood Advisory through the weekend along the Cache La Poudre River near Fort Collins. Where bike paths and trails along the river are under water in some spots.
A dry, cold front will push through on Tuesday bringing in cooler, more normal temperatures for this time of year.