Denver, Colorado 2021-09-13 08:54:31 –
The front is expected to pass Colorado on Monday, causing colder metropolitan areas and possible storms.
The cold front brings a gust of northerly winds this morning, with slightly lower temperatures today. Showers and storms occur primarily in the afternoon, but this morning there are several possibilities behind a cold front in northern Colorado. #cowx pic.twitter.com/YgqGjXhpeB
— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) September 13, 2021
According to Boulder’s National Weather Service, showers and thunderstorms are more likely throughout the day on Monday. Precipitation is most likely from afternoon to evening. Winds shift north to 40 mph in the plains and 20 mph in downtown. It may rain for a short time.
Denver’s Monday highs are projected to reach a low of 57 degrees Celsius, reaching 84 degrees Celsius under partially clear skies.
Tuesday begins with the possibility of a storm or storm. In the afternoon when Denver reaches a maximum temperature of 79 degrees Celsius, the probability of precipitation is 50%. Partially clear skies and gusts of 15 mph accompany cold temperatures before the city drops to 53 degrees Celsius.
Denver begins to heat up again on Wednesday with a maximum temperature of 88 degrees Celsius. On Thursday, I could see Mile High City reach 90 degrees again.
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