DENVER -- A few evening showers or thunderstorms will quickly race onto the eastern Plains of Colorado before departing the state by late Thursday night.
Some pockets of brief heavy rain are possible with a few of the showers mainly north of downtown Denver.
There will be round of late-day showers and thunderstorms on Friday as temperatures stay in the 60s.
The weekend will be soggy at times with showers expected on Saturday and an even better chance for rain on Sunday.
Temperatures will be in the much cooler in the low to mid-50s both days. The Rockies game on Sunday afternoon at Coors Field will include showers and chilly temperatures in the 40s late in the game.
On Monday morning, the temperature across metro Denver will be close to freezing, making for a rain/snow mix especially south and west of the city.
Otherwise, look for more wet weather early in the day along with 40s for highs. It will stay in the 40s on Tuesday with a few scattered showers.
It will finally dry out and slowly warm back into the 60s through the end of next week.
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