DENVER -- Unseasonably warm temperatures will remain as we end our weekend. Highs on Sunday will hit the low 90s once again, falling just a degree or two short of the record for September 16 in Denver. Expect some clouds in the afternoon, with breezy conditions across the Front Range.
An isolated shower or two can't be ruled out for the mountains and foothills, but majority of the region will stay dry.
The heat sticks around as we head into the work week, with highs in the low 90s sticking around through Tuesday under a mostly sunny sky. Changes will start to move in by Wednesday, as temperatures drop into the upper 80s. A few isolated showers will be possible across the Front Range by Wednesday afternoon and evening.
Thursday will be significantly cooler, with highs only making it into the upper 70s. Scattered showers will also be possible for parts of the Front Range during the afternoon hours. Not everyone will see the rain, but the big change will be the temperatures. We'll stay in the upper 70s to low 80s Friday into Saturday, with dry conditions returning.
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