Are you ready for some warmer and drier weather? We are slowly but surely seeing a return to summer on our 7-day planner.
Things have dried out across the state, but we're still seeing a few light rain showers across the Metro Area. Temperatures will climb into the mid-70s by this afternoon under a partly sunny sky.
The big complex of storms is now moving to the east of Colorado. The rain chances will be lower, but there will be enough residual moisture to keep a 30% chance of showers and thunderstorms in our forecast this afternoon.
There are no alerts in place for Denver at this time, but a Flood Advisory remains along the South Platte river near Kersey. Water levels are expected to rise a couple of feet over the next 36 hours, but will remain below flood stage.
Friday will also have a 30% chance for storms, but temperatures will rebound a bit to the upper 70s. By the weekend, rain chances drop to 20% Saturday and Sunday with highs in the low to mid 80s.
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