Clouds over Denver will quickly be clearing out earlier than a largely sunny day on Wednesday, stated the Nationwide Climate Service in Boulder.
There’s a 10 p.c probability of rain showers earlier than eight a.m. It would then be largely sunny with a excessive temperature of 82 levels, the NWS stated.
Hotter immediately. Within the mountains, windy particularly above timberline with remoted thunderstorms. For the NE Plains, remoted thunderstorms with a greater probability east of a Sterling to Akron line. #cowx pic.twitter.com/djsXpKhyC2
— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) June 19, 2019
Remoted afternoon rain and thunderstorms are doable on Thursday up till midnight. The excessive temperature will probably be round 85 levels, forecasters stated.
Rain is probably going on Friday, when afternoon thunderstorms are doable. The possibility of precipitation is 70 p.c, the NWS stated. Will probably be partly sunny with a excessive temperature of round 76 levels.
The weekend will probably be a lot cooler, with excessive temperatures anticipated to high out at round 68 levels on Saturday and Sunday.
Rain showers are possible on Saturday. Afternoon thunderstorms and rain are anticipated on Sunday.
A heat up will start on Monday, when it’s anticipated to be sunny. The excessive temperature will probably be round 77 levels, the NWS stated. There’s a slight probability of rain and thunder.
By Tuesday, the excessive will probably be round 83 levels, the NWS stated. Rain and thunderstorms are doable.