Warm, mostly sunny start to fall

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DENVER -- Fall officially starts early Monday morning. The change of the seasons will arrive with above-normal temperatures.

We are predicting highs in metro Denver in the low 80s Monday, which is about 5-7 degrees above normal for this time in September.

Tuesday will stay dry, sunny and above average with more 80s expected.

A weak cold front dips temperatures to the seasonal mid-70s on Wednesday. The front will slide through with little impact other than the cooler temperatures.  So, it will be another sunny and dry day.

The dry conditions continue on Thursday with plenty of sunshine again and another round of warmer readings in the low 80s.

Our next chance for rain (which we definitely could use) arrives with a stronger colder front expected late on Friday and Saturday. So, look for some scattered showers both days. Temperatures will be in the refreshing 60s to low 70s.

We will dry out for the end of next weekend with a sunny Sunday and seasonal temperatures back in the mid-70s.

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We're tracking Denver weather today on FOX31 and Channel 2 News - and when conditions are bad we send out the Weather Beast.

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