A weak area of low pressure will move across eastern Colorado today, dragging a shallow cold front through the region by late afternoon. Meanwhile, a plume of monsoon moisture continues to spread across the state, and should increase behind the cold front on Sunday. This will set the stage for a prolonged period of mostly cloudy, cool and wet weather across eastern Colorado, with scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms expected each day of the new week. Ahead of the cold front today, temperatures will remain hot, with isolated to scattered thunderstorms developing once again this afternoon. Heavy rain will be possible with the stronger thunderstorms through this period, with an increased flood and flash flood threat developing over area rivers and the burn scars. Area temperatures today will remain above average over most locations once again today, with highs topping out in the 90s to low 100s across the eastern plains and 70s and 80s over the high country. Temperatures should then cool into the 70s to mid 80s area wide behind the cold front as we move into the new week.