By Ed Greene
DENVER (CBS4) – After destructive storms on Monday, Denver got a break on Tuesday – not much in the way of showers or storms. That’s not to say the rest of the state got a break – mountain locations and southeastern Colorado took another pounding as northeastern Colorado got a pass. That could change back on Wednesday as showers and storms should become more widespread. Our high today reached 68 degrees and 66 downtown. Wednesday could be cooler as highs will struggle to reach the 60 degree mark.
Thursday will still be cloudy and cool with scattered showers and storms once again, but they will begin to wind down with possible sunshine appearing late in the day. The high on Thursday should reach into the low 60s.
Friday will see the sunshine return and we will begin a pleasant warm-up right into the weekend. Look for mid 70s on Friday, then low 80s on Saturday and near 80 on Sunday as sunny skies continue.
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