Much warmer and drier for the holiday weekend

Another day of 70s across the plains

DENVER - It looks like we're in for one more day of active weather as a low pressure system rolls through the region.  Denver is waking up to dry conditions, but heavy rain is falling in the mountains just west of the Continental Divide.

As this storm rolls east, we'll see some wet weather spin off the back of the low and that could lead to some showers along the Front Range by mid- to late morning, with a 60% chance of storms and showers through the afternoon.   

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The good news - the holiday weekend should be terrific! Sunny skies, warm and dry for Friday with highs in the 80s. Saturday and Sunday will be pretty nice as well, although there will be a chance for thunderstorms by Sunday afternoon as a weak cold front moves into Colorado.  

Labor Day Monday will be a partly cloudy day with a 20% chance for thunderstorms and highs in the upper 70s to low 80s.

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