DENVER — It was a warm end to September! We saw highs in the upper 70s across the Denver metro-area. The Fire Weather Warning that was in place for much of the state Monday is no longer in effect. Temperatures will cool and relative humidity values will increase through tonight.
Our next cold front will roll through Colorado tomorrow. Scattered rain showers will move in overnight in our Front Range foothills. Areas of fog and light rain will be possible through the morning commute across the metro-area. Lows are expected to drop to the upper 40s by morning. A rain jacket will come in handy tomorrow!
Our afternoon highs will be about 20 to 25 degrees cooler Tuesday. Very fall-like across the Denver metro area, with highs in the upper 50s to low 60s tomorrow afternoon. We'll also see more clouds and a few showers through tomorrow evening.
By Wednesday, our highs will be in the mid-60s. Then, great weather continues for the rest of the week, with highs staying in the comfortable 70s. We don't expect any rain to show up for the remainder of the week either.
The aspen leaves are changing and glowing in the mountains! You still have time to experience the beauty of our Colorado high country. Here's where to go to see the beautiful fall foliage.