Showers and storms will remain possible this evening along the Front Range.  The biggest threat with any storm will be gusty winds and lightning.  These will wind down quickly after sunset.

Expect a partly cloudy to mostly clear sky to develop overnight with lows in the 60s.

Saturday will be the last in a string of days with highs well into the 90s.    While most of the day will be dry, there is a 10% chance a storm over the mountains could make it to the urban corridor by late afternoon.

Dry and pleasant Saturday night with lows near 60.

Sunday will start sunny with clouds building for the afternoon.  Following the passage of a cold front, even with the sun highs will only reach the mid 80s.  There is a slightly better chance we’ll see a few storms during the afternoon and evening hours, mainly near the Palmer Divide and points south.

Monday and Tuesday will give us the best chance for rain and storms next week, some could be strong.  Highs will remain in the 80s.

See how much cooler it’ll be by this time next week coming up on Channel 2 News at 7 p.m.

Have a wonderful evening!

Meteorologist Laura Velasquez