DENVER — FORECAST BY: Ed Greene
TODAY AT A GLANCE: The high pressure ridge we saw begin to build into the state over the weekend and will only grow stronger as it remains right over Colorado.
Daytime highs will be in the lower 80s Monday and climb into the mid to upper 80s by Thursday.
So far, 2023 is tied in 5th place for the warmest September in Denver on record. Of course, we still have a few more days to go but with above-average readings, we'll most likely stay in the top five.
This very dry air mass will continue into the beginning of the weekend with highs staying well above normal. Then our next system arrives on Sunday bringing cooler and more seasonal weather with a slight chance for isolated storms.
MONDAY: Sunny and warm, high 82; clear skies tonight, low around 52.
TUESDAY: Continued sunny and warm, high 83; clear skies overnight, low 52.
WEDNESDAY: Sunny and very warm, high 86; mostly clear overnight, low 54.
THURSDAY: Mostly sunny and staying warm, high 85; mostly clear overnight, low 53.
FRIDAY: Mostly sunny and warm, high 84; mostly clear overnight, low 53.
SATURDAY: Mostly sunny and still warm, high 83; mostly clear overnight, low 53.
SUNDAY: Partly cloudy and cooler with a chance for a late storm, high 75; mostly clear overnight, low 48.
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