2:40 PM, Sunday, July 5, 2015
A cool front will bring much cooler and cloudier weather Sunday night and Monday, and it may be the second half of the week before we return to average temperatures for July.
On Sunday afternoon a cold front was moving south through eastern Wyoming and is likely to move through the Colorado Front Range this evening. A scattering of thunderstorms are developing up and down the Front Range. It’s possible they will get a little boost with the cold front, so watch for some localized heavy rain and small hail.
Monday will be cooler with high temperatures mainly in the 60s and 70s depending on elevation. We may even have some areas of low clouds and drizzle by morning along with the usual chance for afternoon thunderstorms. Cooler than average weather is likely through midweek, but with a gradual warming each day.