Storms not expected tonight

Showers and t-storm chances tonight; hotter tomorrow

First Alert Action Day: Severe storms are possible across Denver and the Front Range this afternoon

Showers won't be as numerous on Saturday morning, but they'll be around, especially in our South Zone. In the meantime, we will remain very dry and crisp through this evening, with lows in the 60s.

TONIGHT: Overnight showers and storms.

News 12 meteorologists say a few showers will give way to cloudy skies overnight. Scattered showers with a storm or two possible Sunday, mainly afternoon. We will have a line of strong to severe thunderstorms moving through during the afternoon. Rain chances will really pick up tonight into Monday. Highs will be in the low 80s, with a heat index just above that.

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After some thunderstorm activity Friday night, the weather remains a bit unsettled over the next few days. It's not overly sunny, but even partial sun should be enough to send highs back into the 80s, as winds stay light and variable in direction. Highs will once again reach the upper 60s throughout the Denver area.

Sunday, the high will be near 91 with partly sunny skies, and a south wind of 6 to 10 miles per hour, the weather service said.

THIS AFTERNOON - Partly Sunny with Strong Storms Developing into the Evening.

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Morning showers should clear for the Jennian Homes Mother's Day Fun Run/Walk at Hamilton Park in Gore. Wednesday Night: 40 percent chance of showers/thunderstorms, mostly cloudy - low around 66.

Showers and thunderstorms are likely on Wednesday.

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