After highs in the 50s to low 60s in the mountains, with 70s to low 80s over the western valleys~the cool air will remain throughout the Front Range for Friday as well.
Quite a difference today..with rain throughout Denver and the plains, and snow in the higher elevations above 13,000 feet..including Pikes Peak and Loveland Ski Area. There will still be rain and snow in the mountains for Thursday night as well.
Warmer and drier weather will return for the weekend. We'll see highs closer to 80 on Friday and then closer to 90 by Sunday. A few storms are possible both Friday and Saturday afternoon, but it looks pretty warm and dry on Sunday.
Do you have tickets to Saturday's Broncos game?...take a sweatshirt and keep an umbrella in the car. We could see a few afternoon storms and temperatures will be near 70 for the start of the game, but closer to 60 degrees by the end of it.
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