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Colorado Storm Watch: Cold front to bring rain and cooler weather Sunday

Colorado Storm Watch: Cold front to bring rain and cooler weather Sunday

Colorado Storm Watch: Cold front to bring rain and cooler weather Sunday

Denver, CO – Coloradans should prepare for an eventful weekend weather-wise. Saturday will see warm temperatures ranging from 85 to 90 degrees across the Plains and urban corridors, and 72 to 79 degrees across the mountain valleys, with mostly dry conditions and scattered afternoon thunderstorms primarily affecting the northern Plains.

According to the U.S. National Weather Service in Denver/Boulder, a significant change is expected on Sunday. A moving cold front will bring widespread showers and thunderstorms across the state. As the front passes, temperatures will drop considerably. Sunday’s forecast for the Plains and urban areas shows a high of 72 to 76 degrees, while mountain valleys will see temperatures in the mid-70s.

Looking ahead, Denver will experience clear conditions tonight with a low of 59 degrees. Sunday will be cooler with a high of 77 degrees. The rest of the week will see a gradual warming trend, with highs reaching the upper 80s and lower 90s by midweek. Monday’s high is expected to be 82 degrees, rising to 88 degrees on Tuesday and Wednesday. Thursday and Friday will be warmer, with highs of 91 and 96 degrees, respectively.