Fall-like Sunday with cooler temps, chance of showers

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DENVER — Temperatures will be significantly cooler on Sunday with highs only making it into the low 70s.

Expect a mix of sun and clouds through the morning hours, with cloud cover gradually increasing by midday.

An isolated shower or two will be possible throughout the afternoon, but the severe risk is lower compared to Saturday.

Pinpoint Weather: Forecast highs for Aug. 19, 2018

Unseasonably cool temperatures will stay through Monday, with highs in the upper 70s with mainly dry conditions.

Changes will start to move in by Tuesday as the chance of rain returns.

There will be isolated showers Tuesday through Thursday as temperatures steadily climb closer toward average, in the upper 80s.

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