By Meteorologist Lauren Whitney

July has been a very hot month for us in Colorado, but for the past four days we’ve been below average! The break from the heat certainly felt lovely, but it won’t last for too long.

Wednesday we dry out a bit, and see our temperatures climb back to the low 90s for the Front Range and plains. A few isolated storms are possible in northeastern Colorado, which do have the potential to turn severe. Aside from that, we are in for a dry day for the rest of Colorado.

We cool off on Thursday and Friday, back down to the 80s. The heat returns on Sunday as temperatures climb back to the 90s. Afternoon storm chances return again on Thursday.

Meteorologist Lauren Whitney