Skies will be partly sunny.
4th of July looks like an average July forecast here in Denver, with highs in the upper 80s and an isolated storm or two. Even several cities across Central Indiana managed to break into the 100° range with the Feels Like temperatures. With a lighter wind flow, a sea breeze will have a chance to push inland a bit farther leading to our highest rain chance over inland spots Sunday afternoon. Frequent chances of rain and storms. Wind: S 5-15. High: 97.
TUESDAY NIGHT: Mild and muggy conditions continue, with an overnight low of 71 degrees. Wind will be out of the SE around 5 miles per hour becoming calm.More news: Stephanie Grisham named new White House press secretary
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MONDAY: Mostly sunny. High: Near 80.
Tue: High: 91 Low: 72 Partly cloudy. However, shower and storm activity will mainly occur before 7 p.m. then it will diminish during the evening. Ahead of that front, it is possible a few showers and storms could still move through late tonight. We will stay pretty seasonable for thsi time of year Sunday and Monday, but temperatures will sky rocket again. With the upper level disturbance that is moving westward, having daytime heating helped showers and storms develop.