DENVER (KDVR) – Denver Weather and the Front Range will have some thunderstorms Friday evening. Some storms near the northern border will produce strong winds and hail. The Pinpoint Weather Team, Colorado’s most accurate forecaster, said some storms could linger past midnight. Additional storms are possible Saturday.
Tonight’s Weather: Very late and pleasant
After midnight, the skies will begin to clear once the rain and thunderstorms stop. There may be slight wind at times. Temperatures will drop into the 40s and 50s in the Colorado mountains. Overnight lows in Denver and surrounding areas will be in the low 60s, with some spots in the upper 50s. The air will be dry and breezy, making for comfortable conditions.
Tomorrow’s Weather: More scattered storms
Saturday will start with plenty of sunshine, followed by increasing clouds in the afternoon. Breezy, with a northeast wind around 15 mph. Temperatures will reach the 80s across metro Denver, which is 5-8 degrees below the average 90 degrees for this time of year.
Another round of scattered thunderstorms will develop over the Front Range later in the afternoon. If you have outdoor plans, be prepared to go inside if a storm approaches.
Looking ahead: Warmer returns with more storms
Sunday will be dry with plenty of sunshine, with afternoon highs near Denver’s seasonal average of 90 degrees. Temperatures will return early next week with temperatures in the mid to upper 90s. Monday and Tuesday will see records (Denver’s hottest days) above 100 degrees.
Afternoon and evening thunderstorms will return mid-week and continue each day through Friday. Temperatures are forecast to return to the mid-80s with more clouds and showers to cool the heat.
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