DENVER - Scattered showers and storms move out this evening and we are left with clearing skies overnight and lows in the mid 40s along the Front Range.
While highs made it into the 70s today, tomorrow we will be in the mid 60s with breezy conditions by the afternoon and widely scattered showers moving in from the north. A few embedded thunderstorms are possible, but tomorrow should be less active than today with the threat of severe weather pushing east. An upper-level low pressure system sweeps through on Friday, and a cool front at the surface will allow for the rain and the brief cool down.
However, by the weekend, a ridge of high pressure builds back in behind the system and we will dry out and warm up for Saturday and Sunday. 60s will linger on Saturday, but highs will soar into the upper 70s Sunday afternoon and low-to-mid 80s by the start of next work week!
The warmer weather will feel very good as we have not hit 80 degrees since March 16th! The pattern will shift again by late next Tuesday and Wednesday with showers and thunderstorms becoming more likely along with slightly cooler temperatures.
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