By Ed Greene
DENVER (CBS4) – Monday saw Denver warm to 92 degrees. Thunderstorms developed with some reaching severe status, and were scattered mainly across the mountains and east – during the afternoon and into the evening. For Tuesday, the Fourth of July Holiday, it could be more of the same with a high back into the low 90s.
Back to work on Wednesday and it stays hot: high in the mid 90s under mostly sunny skies; more of the same for Thursday – dry with a high in the mid to upper 90s. Friday, we’ll bring scattered storms back to the forecast and not as much heat as we drop to the lower 90s.
A warm weekend is ahead: partly sunny Saturday with a high around 90; maybe a few isolated storms Sunday and we’ll keep the high around 90.