The Denver metro area will get a second day of cooler temperatures and moisture before the heat returns this weekend.
The National Weather Service expects Friday may bring scattered showers and thunderstorms. While the chance for Denver getting rain is 50%, other parts of the state are expected to get heavier rainfall.
Friday’s forecast calls for partly sunny skies with a high of 84 in Denver.
Overnight, temperatures are expected to drop to a low of around 60 degrees. A 20% chance of rain remains possible before midnight.
A hazardous weather outlook was issued for northeast and north central Colorado by the weather service, citing potential hail, strong winds up to 50 mph and possible flash flooding.
Saturday could bring some moisture as well with a 20% chance of showers after noon in the forecast.
A high of 89 degrees with mostly sunny skies is expected on Saturday. Temperatures will drop to an overnight low of 63 and be mostly clear.
Sunday will see highs return to the 90s. It will be sunny with a high of 91 degrees with a 30% chance of rain after noon.
Next week temperatures look to be on the rise. Monday will bring a high of 93 and Tuesday a high of 95 degrees.
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