By Ed Greene

DENVER (CBS4) – The combination of afternoon heating and another batch of monsoon moisture flowing northward got another round of thunderstorms rolling by afternoon. Denver reached a high of 93 degrees – 92 degrees downtown – then cooled off under afternoon showers and storms. That is the result of the strong Monsoon Moisture flow pushing into the region, and that set-up should stay with us right on through the weekend. Cooler air will also move in – on Saturday Denver could be about a dozen degrees cooler than Friday – look for a high in the low 80s, along with the widespread showers and storms. We won’t see much severity with these storms – the main result will be heavy, even flooding, rains.

Sunday looks to see more of the same: showers and storms with a high back into the low 80s. As we begin next week…not much change in the forecast as we’ll see showers, storms and a high back and a high around 80 for Monday. Scattered storms Tuesday, high in the low 80s; isolated storms Wednesday with highs remaining in the low 80s.

5day Storms   Some With Heavy Rain   and Cooler, Through the Weekend

drought monitor Storms   Some With Heavy Rain   and Cooler, Through the Weekend

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