The first full day of summer is started off a bit snowy in the mountains and soggy for the Front Range. Heavy rain is moving through the metro area tonight, and we have chances for strong to severe weather for the rest of the evening.
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It will stay unsettled through tomorrow!
A winter weather advisory remains in effect across the northern and central mountains until early Sunday morning. We'll pick up an additional few inches of snow above 10,000 feet, with light snow dropping down to 9,000 feet.
The weekend will be quite cool for late June. Highs will only be in the upper 60s to low 70s both Saturday and Sunday with rain and thunderstorms likely. In the mountains, highs will be in the upper 40s to mid 50s with plenty of showers. Saturday night and early Sunday, the snow level will drop to around 9,000 feet over the northern and central mountains, with accumulating snow above 10,000 feet.
Good news: The weather pattern will shift a bit next week with warmer and drier conditions returning to Colorado! We should finally reach the 90-degree mark in Denver late next week!
- Humidity: 89%
- Dew point: 26°
- Pressure: 24.53 in
- Wind speed: 9 mph
- Wind direction: S
- Visibility: 10 mi
- Sunrise: 06:46 AM
- Sunset: 04:43 PM