Reporting Kathy Walsh
DENVER (CBS4) – Friday ended up being the warmest day of the year, so far, when we soared to 88 degrees! That was three degrees shy of the 1964 record of 91, but was 16 degrees above the normal high for this date. Skies stayed partly sunny with no showers or storms to be found. As the weekend progresses, that will begin to change: we’ll have a chance for isolated late storms on Saturday with a somewhat cooler high around 80 degrees. Sunday, late storms and showers with be more widespread and the temperature cooler still and dropping below normal – a high only in the upper 60s.
More scattered storms on Monday with a high down to the low 60s. Mid 60s on Tuesday with partly sunny skies. Skies stay partly cloudy on Wednesday with a high into the mid 70s. Then isolated showers are back in the forecast for the end of the week with highs in the mid to upper 70s Thursday and Friday.
FIVE DAY FORECAST FROM CBS4