Denver weather forecast

It'll be a brisk beginning to your Wednesday morning! Winds will kick up again in the late afternoon, warming temperatures to the upper 70s and lower 80s.

KUSA - Forecast by Meteorologist Danielle Grant

TONIGHT: Mostly clear, breezy and chilly! Overnight lows from 44 to 49 degrees. 

WEDNESDAY:  Chilly morning with mostly sunny skies. Dry, windy afternoon.  Morning lows from 44 to 49 degrees, afternoon highs from 77 to 82 degrees. 

THURSDAY:  Mostly sunny, windy and very warm.  Morning lows from 49 to 54 degrees, afternoon highs from 85 to 90 degrees. 

FRIDAY:  Partly cloudy and mild to start the day. Windy and much cooler during the afternoon with a slight chance of an isolated late day storm. The Autumnal Equinox occurs at 2:01 pm.  Morning lows from 52 to 57 degrees, early afternoon highs from 78 to 83 degrees. 

SATURDAY:  Partly cloudy with a few light rain showers during the afternoon and evening.  Morning lows from 45 to 50 degrees, afternoon highs from 63 to 68 degrees. 

SUNDAY:  Mostly cloudy, windy and cooler with afternoon and evening showers.  Snow is possible in the foothills by late afternoon and evening.  Morning lows from 42 to 47 degrees, afternoon highs from 58 to 63 degrees. 

MONDAY:  Cloudy and cooler with light showers.  Very light snow showers are possible in the foothills.  Morning lows from 40 to 45 degrees, afternoon highs from 56 to 61 degrees. 

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The 9NEWS Weather team of Marty Coniglio, Kathy Sabine, Belen De Leon, Becky Ditchfield and Danielle Grant update the Denver weather forecast multiple times each day. Bookmark this link to always have the latest forecast from 9NEWS. The team values your local weather reports and often features your photos and videos during weather segments in all newscasts.    

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