DENVER (CBS4) – If you’re looking for a little relief from the summer heat, then you may have something to look forward to in the next two weeks.

The latest 8-14 day temperature forecast from the Climate Prediction Center shows Denver and much of eastern Colorado on the fringe of cooler-than-normal temperatures.

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Western Colorado looks like it will remain hot, as warmer-than-normal weather grips the western third of the nation.

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The 8-14 day precipitation outlook shows portions of south and southeast Colorado on the edge of an area forecast to be wetter-than-normal.

If this pans out, it will be great news for the drought.

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These outlooks were issued by the Climate Prediction Center branch of the National Weather Service on July 22, 2014, valid for the period July 30th through August 5th.

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