July 31 forecast: 93 with a chance of late storms

Denver's Ferril Lake gets its green color from overgrowth of non-toxic algae. (Michael W Murphy/Flickr)

This guy knows how to deal with the heat. (Michael W. Murphy/Flickr)

Good morning, party people.

Today will start partly cloudy. Then storms or showers could roll off the mountains and into Denver later on this Sunday afternoon, continuing through late evening, the National Weather Service forecasts. The threat of severe storms is low.

The high for Denver today is 93 degrees, NWS predicts. The next week will have pretty much the same forecast each day, with the chances of precipitation greater toward the end of the week.

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