Today we take a peek at what Denver is going to see as we head into the holiday weekend!
At 1053pm MDT, the temperature at Denver, CO was 72 degrees under mostly cloudy skies. An area of low pressure is starting to develop over the Four Corners region and shifts into the Central Plains by midday Friday. It’s not a particularly strong system, but does look to kick some some activity over the Front Range. Chances of it look to be over southern Colorado, largely sparing the Denver area as we kick off our weekend. Another piece of energy looks to develop over the Southern Rockies and shift into the Central Plains Saturday afternoon, and this system gives a better chance at kicking up some scattered activity in the Denver vicinity. Either way, temperatures will be noticeably cooler for Saturday so if those storms stay away, it looks to be a gorgeous day!
Friday: Mostly cloudy. High 90, Low 64.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, scattered afternoon thunderstorms. High 81, Low 56.
TWC: Friday: Mostly cloudy, isolated storms. High 90, Low 65.
Saturday: Afternoon thunderstorms. High 83, Low 60.
AW: Friday: Periods of sun; pleasant. High 88, Low 63.
Saturday: A t-storm around in the afternoon. High 81, Low 58.
NWS: Friday: Partly sunny then slight chance of T-storms. High 90, Low 62.
Saturday: Partly sunny then chance of T-storms. High 82, Low 57.
WB: Friday: Mostly cloudy. High 87, Low 63.
Saturday: Chance of thunderstorms. High 79, Low 58.
WN: Friday: Partly cloudy with isolated storms. High 89, Low 62.
Saturday: Partly cloudy with scattered storms. High 81, Low 58.
FIO: Friday: Mostly cloudy throughout the day. High 89, Low 64.
Saturday: Partly cloudy throughout the day. High 79, Low 55.
Some light showers are found off to the northeast of the city, while ground clutter makes it look than it really is downtown.