Gorgeous across the Denver metro area today – What We Know!

It is going to be a heat, dry and breezy week throughout Colorado with elevated hearth hazard most afternoons via Saturday. ‘

The storm monitor stays too far to the north of Colorado, so rain possibilities will stay low.

Skies might be primarily cloud-free, however there might be a good quantity of haze and smoke from the wildfires which can be in Arizona and New Mexico.

Winds might be robust and gusty, particularly throughout the southern half of our state, and hearth hazard stays excessive throughout a very good portion of Colorado. Fireplace climate warnings are in place for Tuesday as soon as once more as any wildfires that develop might shortly develop and unfold — be very cautious to not catch something on hearth!

Highs might be within the higher 70s to low 80s this afternoon. It is going to be fairly a bit hotter on Wednesday with highs nearer to 90 levels. Within the mountains, highs might be within the higher 60s to mid-70s Tuesday and round 80 levels on Wednesday — the snow is melting out shortly!

A weak chilly entrance will cool issues down slightly on Thursday. We’ll see highs within the low to mid-70s with just a few broadly scattered rain and snow showers within the northern mountains. There’s a slight probability of storms on the plains late Thursday.

Friday and Saturday might be within the low 80s with an opportunity for just a few thunderstorms Saturday afternoon and night.

Sunday might be barely cooler once more, however nonetheless no rain.

Monday might be sunny, heat and dry.

Denver7 Climate

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