After a scorching start to what is expected by forecasters to be an especially hot week, Tuesday’s reading is no exception.
With a high of 96 degrees, Tuesday’s forecast calls for mostly sunny skies in the Denver metro area with a 30% chance of showers and thunderstorms, most likely after 3 p.m.
As scattered showers are predicted to hit the southern Front Range on Tuesday, the National Weather Service has issued a hazardous weather warning for potential flash flooding. The warning primarily pertains to those in northeast and north central Colorado.
This comes just a few days after a woman and a girl were killed in a trailer during a flash flood in Larimer County.
Overnight, conditions appear partly cloudy with a slight chance of rain, mostly before midnight. Temperatures are expected to hit a low of 66.
Wednesday’s high may only bring a few degrees of relief, with an expected high of 94. Thursday’s forecast calls for a high of 96, while Friday’s calls for a high of 99.
Precipitation is most likely on Tuesday and Wednesday, where there is a 30% of showers and thunderstorms both days.
The weather service anticipates a higher chance of precipitation into the weekend.
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