A few rain showers are possible on the Front Range tonight with better chances staying in the mountains. Rain chances will increase on the Front Range Wednesday morning.
Wednesday will start off with cloudy skies in Denver and along the Front Range with rain showers developing during the morning commute. Showers will move out of Denver during the afternoon but will continue on the southeast plains overnight into early Thursday before clearing.
Temperatures will reach the low 60s in Denver Wednesday afternoon.
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The southeast plains could pick up over a half of an inch of rain from showers tomorrow through early Thursday. Great moisture for this time of year.
Drier weather moves in Thursday and Friday with highs in the mid to upper 60s each day.
Temperatures in the mid 60s stay for the weekend with a 10 percent chance of rain on Saturday.
Sunday and Monday will be dry in Denver with a 40 percent chance of rain moving in on Tuesday cooling temperatures to the 50s.
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