Northerly winds allowed cooler temperatures to move in, while moving some of the haze over Denver to the south. Unfortunately the haze is not completely gone, but there will be some improvement in visibility Thursday afternoon.
Haze will be thicker over the high country. Cooler air didn't move west into Colorado's mountains, so temperatures over the higher terrain will be very similar to what we are expecting along the Front Range.
Meanwhile, chances for rain Thursday will remain very small. There is a chance for isolated storms along and south of Interstate 70 in the mountains. Only a couple of storms will move east of Interstate 25 after 3 p.m. Locations along the Front Range that do see rain will see only brief, light showers. The chance will be around until 7 p.m.
The average high this time of year is 88 degrees. Below-average temperatures are expected Friday through the weekend.
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