2:15 PM, Thursday, July 2, 2015
Expect a typical early July weekend with warm temperatures and some chance for thunderstorms.
For the Front Range region, eastern Colorado, and southeastern Wyoming, temperatures are likely to be near to slightly below average (average is for highs in the mid to upper 80s in the Denver-Boulder area). There is a chance for late day thunderstorms each day. At this time it appears that the chance for thunderstorms on the 4th is lower than it is today and tomorrow. There may be a significant cool front Sunday evening or early Monday, but that’s still too far off to have high confidence in the specific details.
For western Colorado and Utah, temperatures are likely to continue above average through the weekend with only a small chance for thunderstorms in the mountains.