DENVER (CBS4) – The next 5 days will be very typical of a mid-summer weather pattern where it’s pretty much the same weather story from day to day.
High pressure will stay over the southern Rockies keeping temperatures on the mild side.
In fact by the weekend it will be hot with readings back into the 90s for lower elevations.
Under the ridge of high pressure we will see occasional plumes of moisture in the atmosphere compliments of the monsoon flow and that will help kick off just some scattered showers and thunderstorms each day.
With the stagnant weather in the forecast we will likely have some air quality issues along the Front Range I-25 urban corridor from time to time.
An ozone alert remains in effect until 4 p.m. today from Colorado Springs to Denver, Boulder, Greeley and Fort Collins.
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