More Sunshine, Warmer Monday

Gladys Abbott
November 14, 2017

Saturday: We will kick of the weekend with partly sunny conditions and slight chance for rain in the early morning hours.

We'll still keep the clouds around through the night so that will help moderate our temperatures, but once again we'll be in the lower 50s by sunrise.

More sunshine moves in this week with afternoon temperatures mainly in the 50s aside from Thursday when we could reach 60°.

Monday and Tuesday look sunny with high pressure in control.

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Temperatures in coastal valleys will reach the low 70s, beaches will reach the high 60s while north county will reach the high 60s to low 70s.

The day will start with a few morning clouds that will give way to plenty of sunshine and a high of 68 degrees in the Mile High City. The next best chance for rain will come Saturday as a cold front moves through. High temperatures will climb into the mid 50's. Highs each afternoon will be in the upper 60s and lower 70s, while lows will be in the 40s. Some neighborhoods along the Front Range and eastern plains could see highs in the 70's.

Skies will begin clearing Sunday night, giving us the chance for fog, especially after midnight.

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