DENVER — FORECAST BY: Ed Greene
TODAY AT A GLANCE: Even with mostly cloudy skies and scattered late day showers and storms, Denver’s high on Wednesday still raced to 97 degrees.
However, this week’s heat wave will not only be less severe than last week’s 100-degree readings, but shorter as well with only these past two days reaching the 90s as now temperatures will begin to cool.
We’ll also add a good chance for showers and storms on several days.
THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy with a chance for scattered storms and not as hot, high of 87. Partly cloudy tonight, low around 60.
FRIDAY: Cloudy skies with scattered showers and storms, high of 78. Scattered storms overnight, low of 56.
SATURDAY: Showers, storms and cooler still, high of 72. Mostly cloudy with a few scattered storms overnight, low of 55.
SUNDAY: Partly cloudy with scattered late thunderstorms, high of 75. Partly cloudy overnight, low of 56.
MONDAY: Partly cloudy with isolated late storms, high of 79. Partly cloudy overnight, low of 56.
TUESDAY: Mostly sunny with an isolated late storm, high of 83. Partly cloudy overnight, low of 56.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny and warmer with a chance for an isolated late storm, high of 88. Mostly clear overnight, low around 60.
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