DENVER (KDVR) – Temperatures in Denver climbed back into the 80s on Tuesday before clouds moved in late afternoon to provide some shade.
According to Pinpoint Weather, Colorado’s most accurate weather forecast, the next few days will feature slightly above normal temperatures.
Weather tonight: Some evening showers and thunderstorms
Scattered showers and thunderstorms will move across Denver and the Front Range during the evening hours Tuesday, tapering off after sunset.
During the night hours, skies slowly clear across the state. It gets cold in the mountains of Colorado, with low temperatures dropping to over 30 degrees in most places. The Denver metro area will be cool and comfortable, with nighttime readings in the 40s and 50s.
Weather tomorrow: Another warm day
Wednesday will start out sunny, followed by some passing clouds late in the afternoon.
The air will be drier so there won’t be the same afternoon storms that have come through so far this week. Temperatures will return to the warm 80s in the Denver metro area, slightly above normal for this time of year.
Outlook: Very little rain expected
A weak cold front will move into northeastern Colorado on Friday. There may be a few showers in the area.
The best rain chances may be closer to the borders of Wyoming and Nebraska. There is only a scattered chance of rain in Denver at this time. This chance could decrease in the coming days.
Fall arrives Saturday and it will feel a little cooler, with weekend highs in the 70s and overnight lows in the pleasantly cool 40s.
We’ll stay dry early next week as temperatures slowly climb back up to near 80 degrees.
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