DENVER (CBS4) – That cold front dipped into eastern Colorado late last night and as the day went on, reversed itself and moved back east allowing warm air right back into the state. As a result, Denver was only 3 degrees cooler than Tuesday when we reached 91 degrees. Showers and thunderstorms also pushed across the state with the main threat being heavy rains and gusty winds. As a result several flood alerts were posted across the state.
Fro Thursday, look for more showers and thunderstorms with a cooler high for Denver – in the lower 80s. Fri day will also see scattered showers and storms with a high back in the low 80s. For Saturday, Independence Day – look for seasonal and dry weather with a high in the mid to upper 80s. We’ll end the weekend with a few late storms back in the forecast with a high near 90. Another cool-down arrives Monday with a greater chance for storms and a high only in the mid to upper 70s!
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