Denver, Colorado 2021-07-24 09:39:12 –
Denver-Our 90 degree heat wave is expected to end today and the highest temperature is expected to be in the 80’s this afternoon.
A cold front will cross northern Colorado on Saturday. This will result in slightly lower temperatures, localized heavy rains in mountains and hills, and reoccurrence of thunderstorms in Denver and the I-25 Corridor. The eastern plains remain a little dry, but not very hot.
Flash flood monitoring and warnings are useful for many burn scars, as heavy rains are likely to cause local flash floods. Due to heavy rains in the mountains, Denver7 Weather Action Day will take place this weekend.
A cold front stalls across central Colorado, bringing cool, humid air to Denver and the eastern plains until Sunday. The front hangs over the mountains, but more monsoon moisture pours into the state from the southwest. Local heavy rains can cause floods and landslides in the mountains.
The hot weather will return to the state early next week. Thunderstorms are scattered daily on high terrain, but in Denver and the I-25 Corridor, the chances of rain are low and the temperature is high.
Air Quality Note-Recent rains have helped remove much of the wildfire smoke from our sky, but it is temporary. Next week it will turn into smoke and haze again.
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