DENVER (KDVR) — Temperatures reached the 80s again in Denver weather, which is slightly above the average high in the upper 70s.
The trend for more warm afternoon readings will continue for a few more days before more seasonal temperatures arrive over the weekend, according to Pinpoint Weather, Colorado’s Most Accurate Forecast.
Weather tonight: A few showers then clearing
A shower or two may slip off the foothills and move across the Eastern Plains early Wednesday evening. There could be some lightning and wind as those storms pass.
Otherwise, skies will clear overnight as the wind turns light. Temperatures will be chilly in the Colorado high country and cool across metro Denver and the Front Range.
Weather tomorrow: Another dry and warm day
Thursday will start with plenty of sunshine followed by some passing afternoon clouds.
Temperatures will be comfortable in the mountains in the 60s and 70s. It’ll be another warm day on the Eastern Plains and in metro Denver, with afternoon readings in the 80s and even 90s possible in parts of southeastern Colorado.
Looking ahead: Fall arrives with more warm days
Fall arrives on Saturday, bringing abundant sunshine and dry conditions over the weekend.
Temperatures will start off near seasonal levels in the upper 70s in metro Denver.
The forecast will remain sunny and dry through most of next week. Temperatures will warm back into the low 80s just slightly above the normal high in Denver of around 78 degrees.