Friday: Partly to mostly sunny. More of the same can be expected for Wednesday as the area remains under the influence of high pressure at both the surface and aloft. Highs will push toward 80°. Humidity values will be quite low. Don't forget the sunscreen! Lows drop back into the lower 60s.
The pattern next week will be unsettled, but no day will be a washout. However, a cold front is quickly approaching from the west. Sunday will also be warm and a bit humid with a mix of clouds and sunshine.
TUESDAY: Partly cloudy with a 20% chance of thunderstorms by evening. The primary concern with these storms will be damaging wind gusts. High temperatures Thursday are expected to top out in the mid 70s.
Sunshine early Wednesday with increasing clouds through the afternoon. Highs on Monday will be in the lower to middle 70s.More news: Peyton Manning is now debating offer to own National Football League team
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We should end the workweek dry and sunny, but the dew points increase, leading to a muggy stretch of weather for the weekend. The warm front we've been watching since Monday does not appear like it will make it as far north as originally anticipated. Scattered showers are likely during this time as well and higher mountain snow is possible. Sunday looks like a soggy day, featuring the risk for widespread scattered rain and storms. The best chance for storms will be early in the day.
A storm system will begin to move into Colorado on Friday.
Tomorrow is another very nice day but it is cooler with temperature staying in the 60s.
Mainly clear, with slightly cooler temperatures overnight. We'll see mid- to upper 80s across northeastern Colorado and mid-to upper 90s across the southeastern corner of the state!