KUSA - A weak front has brought cooler air to the Front Range and Eastern Plains. Temperatures for Sunday are expected to be up to 10 degrees cooler than Saturday's afternoon high of 93 degrees.
With additional cloud coverage today highs are expected to rise in the upper 70s and low 80s.
Although no severe weather is expected, showers and thunderstorms are also in the forecast. Storms will develop first over the mountains and Front Range foothills with the potential to produce heavy rain, small hail, and gusty winds. Eventually storms are expected to move across the urban corridor this afternoon with more wind than rain. Higher amounts of rain are expected for areas along the foothills and to the south of the metro area over the Palmer Divide. A stray shower is possible over the metro area producing heavy rain.
No flood advisories have been issued, but stronger storms passing over the burn scars and foothills have the potential to cause flooding.
Storms should end at or before sunset with skies clearing overnight. Overnight lows will be cool in the upper 50s.
Your Labor Day forecast will include isolated afternoon storms with warmer temperatures in the low 90s.
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