By Ed Greene
DENVER (CBS4) – After setting a record high temperature in Denver of 67° on Wednesday, the high soared to 75 degrees on Thursday setting yet another record high – breaking the 1970 record of 70 degrees. Slightly cooler weather begins to move our way with the next system coming in from the west and it will be bringing some moisture along with it. The west will see rain or rain mixed with snow, with the mountains getting light snow over the next several days. Some of that could push onto the eastern plains by Sunday.
Bur we’ll end the week with partly sunny skies and a high “cooling” into the mid 60s for Friday…then mostly cloudy for the weekend with a high in the low 60s on Saturday. Look for mid 60s on Sunday as we add a slight chance of a few scattered showers.
For the President’s Day Holiday on Monday, partly cloudy and dry with a high in the low 60s; warmer Tuesday as push into the mid to upper 60s under mostly sunny skies.