Denver weather forecast

Danielle Grant has your latest forecast.

KUSA - Forecast by Meteorologist Kathy Sabine

TONIGHT:  Mostly cloudy and cooler, muggy with scattered storms. Heavy rain possible, partial clearing late. Overnight lows from 60 to 65 degrees.  

THURSDAY:  Partly to mostly cloudy, warm. Thunderstorms again forming in the afternoon and evening.  Isolated severe storms are possible.  Morning lows from 58 to 63 degrees, afternoon highs from 80 to 87 degrees.

FRIDAY:  Mostly sunny and warm during the day with a chance for an evening thunderstorm. Morning lows from 60 to 64 degrees, afternoon highs from 86 to 91 degrees. 

SATURDAY: Partly cloudy for the morning and early afternoon.  Cloudy with rain and thunderstorms later in the day. Morning lows from 62 to 67 degrees, afternoon highs from 82 to 87 degrees. 

SUNDAY:  Partly cloudy, warm and dry during the day with a small chance for an evening thunderstorm.  Morning lows from 62 to 66 degrees, afternoon highs from 81 to 85 degrees. 

MONDAY:  Partly cloudy through noon, becoming cloudy in the afternoon with scattered thunderstorms.  Morning lows from 58 to 63 degrees, afternoon highs from 83 to 87 degrees.  

TUESDAY:  Partly cloudy early, rain and thunderstorms developing late in the afternoon.  Morning lows from 58 to 62 degrees, afternoon highs from 85 to 90 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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