DENVER — FORECAST BY: Ed Greene
TODAY AT A GLANCE: That high pressure ridge continues to dominate our region, so our fair weather with highs well above normal will continue right through Saturday. Daytime highs will climb into the mid to upper 80s by through Saturday under mostly sunny skies.
Our next system will begin to feed moisture into the southwesterly flow over the state which could bring a few isolated showers to the metro area by Sunday with high temperatures “cooling” by just a few degrees.
The winds will kick up a bit over the weekend leading to high fire danger concerns for eastern Colorado. It'll bring slightly cooler temperatures for the start of October.
TUESDAY: Sunny and warm, high 84; clear skies tonight, low around 51.
WEDNESDAY: Staying sunny and very warm, high 86; clear and breezy overnight, low 53.
THURSDAY: Mostly sunny and very warm, high 85; mostly clear overnight, low 54.
FRIDAY: Mostly sunny and staying very warm, high 86; mostly clear overnight, low 54.
SATURDAY: Continued mostly sunny and warm, high 85; partly cloudy overnight, low 55.
SUNDAY: Mostly sunny and not quite as warm, maybe a late isolated storm, high 81; partly cloudy with a slight chance for a storm overnight, low 51.
MONDAY: Mostly sunny and cooler, high 77; mostly clear overnight, low 47.
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