Denver weather: Cooler, chance for thunderstorms Sunday

Denver will be cooler on Sunday and parts of the state could see severe weather.

The high temperature in the Denver metro area is expected to be 58 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. There’s also a good chance for rain and thunderstorms in the afternoon.

Rain and strong thunderstorms are also possible across the plains today, especially south of I-70, the weather service warned.

Rain and snow are likely in the mountains. Locations above 10,000 feet could see 3-8 inches of snow, they said. Most mountain towns can expect to see less than an inch of accumulation, though.

Memorial Day is expected to be a bit warmer in the metro area, with high a temperature around 65 degrees and a slight chance for rain and severe weather. The sun is expected to really make a comeback on Tuesday and Wednesday with highs around 80, the weather service predicts.

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