A cooling trend has begun in Denver. Temperatures will drop on Tuesday by about 10 degrees ahead of showers that will move into the area later today.
According to the National Weather Service in Boulder, Denver will hit 82 degrees under mostly sunny skies on Tuesday. Rain could move in after lunch with a 20% chance of thunderstorms.
Overnight temperatures will dip to 53 degrees with 15 mph winds as the chance of precipitation increases to 30% through midnight. Showers should develop over the mountains and linger into the evening, with isolated, stronger storms possibly impacting burn scar areas.
Another front will cool things even more on Wednesday, with a forecasted high of 66 degrees. The day will begin with a chance of showers and thunderstorms that builds after lunch to 60%. The day should be windy with gusts near 25 mph. Temperatures will drop to 46 degrees overnight while the threat of thunderstorms and rain builds to 80% before midnight.
The mercury on Thursday could struggle to get into the 60s, with a high near 59 degrees forecasted. There’s a 50% chance of storms with a low of 46 degrees.
Highs are predicted in the 60s over the weekend.
The weather systems bringing cooler temperatures could bring light snow in the evenings to mountain peaks.
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