More Sunshine, Warmer Monday

Javier Stokes
November 14, 2017

Highs in the low 70s under partly sunny skies.

Afternoon temperatures are staying near or just below normal this weekend, paired with patchy overnight clouds.

We will have multiple cold fronts moving through for the second half of next week.

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But despite the warm temperatures, the record in Denver is 75 degrees - set back in 1999, so we won't come close to that. We could even see a bit of drizzle in the mix but that's about the extent of today's rain chances. Temperatures will be in the low to mid 60s each day through Saturday. Saturday temperatures climb into the upper 60s, but if the front pushes through before afternoon, low 60s would be more likely for highs. High temperatures will be near 70 degrees. Overall a fantastic fall week of weather as days will feature more sunshine than clouds, and nights clear and chilly. High pressure will spread in and bring us dry weather throughout the rest of the workweek.

Monday evening will be just about ideal for the Panthers tailgate time, clear and dry with temperatures falling from the mild 60s to the cool 40s during game.

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