Denver will warm to 80 degrees again on Wednesday, but some afternoon storms could make their way towards the city, cooling things down.
According to the National Weather Service in Boulder, weather will be cooler in the mountains on Wednesday with a chance of showers along with a few thunderstorms. A few of those showers could make their way onto the plains, giving Denver a 20% chance of precipitation in the afternoon. Denver will rise to 80 degrees under mostly sunny skies, with winds gusting up to 22 mph. Overnight temperatures will drop to 49 degrees.
On Thursday, Denver should hit a sunny 78 degrees. The overnight low will be 50 degrees.
Friday brings a 20% chance of afternoon showers and 20 mph winds again. The high temperature is a partly sunny 79 degrees with a low of 50 degrees.
High temperatures over the weekend should remain around 70 degrees.
NWS warns of a strong storm system moving across the western states early to mid-next week, producing rain and heavy snow. As of now, the storm track is not yet predictable.
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