DENVER (KDVR) – Denver Weather will have a warm start to the weekend with some storms Saturday afternoon and evening. Then, dry weather and sunshine warm things up on Sunday.
Today’s Weather: Scattered thunderstorms
Saturday will start with plenty of sunshine, followed by increasing clouds in the afternoon.
Breezy, with a northeast wind around 20 mph. Temperatures will reach the mid-80s across metro Denver, which is 5 degrees below the average high of 90 degrees for this time of year.
Another round of scattered thunderstorms will develop over the Front Range during the afternoon and evening.
South of the metro appears to be the worst threat, but if you have outdoor plans be prepared to go inside if the storm approaches.
Looking ahead: warming up
Sunday will be dry with plenty of sunshine, with afternoon highs near Denver’s seasonal average of 90 degrees.
Monday warms up, with temperatures in the upper 90s early next week. Monday and Tuesday, Denver’s hottest days on record, did not see a top of 100 degrees.
Afternoon and evening thunderstorms will return mid-week and continue each day through Friday. Temperatures are forecast to return to the 80s, along with more clouds to bring down the heat.
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