Denver weather: Metro area to cool off Friday
Denver is set for a cool down Friday with likely afternoon showers and thunderstorms before the heat bounces back on Saturday and Sunday.
Skies over Denver on Friday will be partly sunny as the high temperature tops out at about 80 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. The chance for precipitation is 60% and winds will gust to about 17 mph.
A cold front with an upslope weather flow is expected to increase the chance of severe thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening across northeast and north central Colorado, the weather service said.
Large hail, strong and damaging winds, and a chance for a weak tornado or two is possible in widespread areas along with locally heavy rainfall. People with outdoor plans on Friday should be conscious of the weather and keep track of developments if possible.
On Saturday in Denver there’s a 30% chance for afternoon showers and thunderstorms and the high temperature will climb to about 91 degrees, the weather service said.
There’s a 20% chance of afternoon showers and thunderstorms in Denver on Sunday. Skies will be mostly sunny and the high should hit 93 degrees.
Warmer, drier weather should continue into Monday, increasing fire concerns before a bit of a cool down Tuesday through Thursday when high temperatures in Denver dip back below 90 degrees.
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