COLORADO, USA — FORECAST BY METEOROLOGIST: Kathy Sabine
OVERNIGHT AT A GLANCE: Drier air will move into Colorado Friday and over the weekend.
Temps will continue above average in the 90s into early next week with less available moisture for storms in the afternoon.
Quiet weather in Denver overnight, temps in the 70s will drop into the 60s by morning.
Hot dry weather over the weekend means high fire danger and red flag warning may be posted.
FRIDAY: Mostly sunny, dry and hot. Morning lows will be from 59 to 64, afternoon highs from 92 to 97.
SATURDAY: Mostly sunny, breezy and warm with isolated gusty foothill storms. Morning lows will be from 60 to 65, afternoon highs from 91 to 97.
SUNDAY: Mostly sunny, hot and dry. Morning lows will be from 60 to 65, afternoon highs from 90 to 96.
MONDAY: Mostly sunny with a chance for an isolated, gusty thunderstorm in the afternoon. Morning lows will be from 58 to 63, afternoon highs from 86 to 91.
TUESDAY: Mostly sunny and gusty with a chance for an isolated thunderstorm in the afternoon. Morning lows will be form 59 to 64, afternoon highs from 88 to 93.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny and gusty with a chance for an isolated thunderstorm in the afternoon. Morning lows from 59 to 64, afternoon highs from 88 to 93.
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