DENVER — Some weather changes heading our way over the next few days.
Clouds will increase on Thursday ahead of the next storm system. Highs will still climb to the upper 60s to around 70 degrees. The main issue on Thursday will be increasing winds and fire danger! There is a Red Flag Warning in effect for Denver and metro Denver until Thursday night.
A cold front will usher in some cooler weather on Friday. Morning low temperatures will dip to near freezing at DIA, but most of the Denver area and the I-25 Corridor should hold a degree or two above freezing. Some light frost is likely for the South Platted Valley northeast of Denver. A few spotty showers are possible with this front, but it will mainly be a cool down for the state. Highs in Denver will dip back to around 60 degrees.
Mother's Day weekend will be partly sunny, with highs in the mid-to upper 60s across the metro area.
Next week will remain mild with a few afternoon thunderstorms again on Tuesday.
Right now, there is no cold or snow in our 10-14 day forecast — good news for gardeners!