DENVER (CBS4) – Much warmer, even with the afternoon and evening clouds that rolled in on Friday afternoon. Highs climbed back to the low 60s, after a few days in the upper 40s. We’ll still be windy into the evening hours, but winds should get better after sunset.
We’ll be cooler on Saturday for northeastern Colorado to the Denver area thanks to a weak cold front that will head our way. This is a very weak front, and won’t impact really any other area.
There will be some snow and rain possible for northeastern Colorado and Wyoming, and there is a slight chance a few showers make it to the Denver area. More than anything, we’ll get more clouds and temperatures falling back to the mid 50s. There could be a narrow band of 3-6 inche accumulations somewhere in southeast Wyoming and western Nebraska along and north of Interstate 80.
Most likely some clouds and chilly temperatures on Easter morning for the sunrise services. After that, we should have sunshine and head to the mid 60s for a lovely Easter afternoon.