Denver weather: One more sunny day before rain, snow arrive in time for Easter
Denver will get one more sunny day before a new weather system brings rain and then snow by Sunday, forecasters said.
Wednesday’s high temperature will be about 69 degrees in downtown Denver, the National Weather Service in Boulder said. The low Wednesday night will drop to about 35 degrees.
It should be sunny early Thursday with a high temperature of about 61 degrees, the NWS said. At night, clouds will sweep over the Front Range and there’s a 20% chance of rain showers, forecasters said.
Afternoon rain showers are also possible Friday, when it will be mostly sunny with a high temperature near 67 degrees, the NWS said. The chance for rain rises to 30% Friday night.
There’s also a 30% chance of rain showers Saturday afternoon, when it will be mostly cloudy. Temperatures will dip to about 28 degrees overnight, forecasters said.
Rain showers will turn into a mix of snow and rain around 2 a.m. Sunday. By 3 a.m., only snow is expected, the weather service said.
Snow is possible through the day, when the high temperature will be only about 37 degrees. Snow showers are more likely in the evening before midnight, the NWS said. Temperatures are expected to dip to about 19 degrees overnight.
Snow will be possible in Denver through Tuesday, forecasters said.
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