Denver, Colorado 2021-06-19 10:36:17 –
Denver – This weekend, the heat wave will break out and high pressures will occur in the 1980s, but storms and showers are also more likely. The risk of bad weather is mainly along the I-25 corridor and to the east.
After noon, thunderstorms are expected to occur on higher terrain and move east through the plains. Some storms can intensify in the Northeast China Plain, creating damaging winds and large hail.
Gust thunderstorms are expected to be scattered late in the afternoon in the Denver Metro area. By sunset, the sky will gradually clear and the overnight minimum temperature will be comfortable in the 1960s.
Expect the sunshine and high temperatures of the 80’s on Father’s Sunday. The wind will intensify before the next front and it is more likely that it will rain on the front range from the end of Sunday to Monday.
Smoke from Utah and Arizona wildfires persists throughout the state and throughout western Colorado. The combination of very dry conditions and thunderstorms and lightning makes wildfires more likely. Stage 1 fire regulations are in place Most of western Colorado this weekend.Fire alert is valid until 9 pm
By Monday, it may rain or rain as the temperature drops. Highs are only in the late 70’s.
However, things quickly dry and heat up, with maximum temperatures returning to the 90s from Tuesday to weekends.
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