DENVER (KDVR) — Thanks to the latest round of showers and thunderstorms, Denver weather records now show enough rain to get totals back on track for September. And Denver is still running more than 6 inches ahead for an entire year’s rain total.
Now, enjoy a great weekend that will be perfect for football, according to Pinpoint Weather, Colorado’s Most Accurate Forecast.
Weather tonight: Clearing and cool
Showers and thunderstorms will end through the evening across southern parts of the state. Skies will be clearing from north to south.
The wind will be light and it will be cool across the Eastern Plains and in metro Denver, with overnight readings in the 40s. It will be cold in the Colorado mountains, with most places in the 30s and some close to or even below freezing.
Weather tomorrow: Sunny and warmer
Skies will be sunny across the state on Saturday with a light wind. It will be pleasantly warm with most places reaching the 70s.
Denver’s average high at this time of year is 80 degrees. Saturday will be just a little below that level. There will be some slightly cooler 60s in the high country.
Looking ahead: Dry and warm stretch
The sunny and dry conditions continue on Sunday, allowing temperatures to reach the 80s in metro Denver. The warmer pattern will continue into the first part of next week with more 80s in the forecast for Denver and the Front Range.
There will be a slight chance for a few showers or thunderstorms to return to the area by the end of next week. This will cool temperatures back into the middle to upper 70s for a few days.