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Scattered showers in Denver metro tonight; warmer, drier Wednesday

Look for a few thundershowers this evening along the I-25 corridor and Eastern Plains. The threat for severe weather will be low.
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Posted at 5:57 AM, May 21, 2024

DENVER — The soggy spring showers are back again. Look for a few scattered thundershowers throughout the evening across the Front Range and Eastern Plains. So far, the threat of any severe storms will be very low. If you're traveling into the High Country, watch out for scattered snow showers above 9,000 feet.

As this storm moves out overnight, clear skies move in. Lows will drop dramatically into the mid 30s in the metro by Wednesday morning. Layer up the kids when you send them out the door!

It'll be a mostly sunny day, so the warm up with happen fast! Daytime highs will jump back into the low to mid 70s Wednesday afternoon. The warm, windy and dry weather sticks around Thursday with highs near 80-degrees.

Another system rolls into Colorado on Friday, bringing cooler temperatures and scattered thunderstorms to the state. The unsettled weather sticks around for the start of Memorial Day weekend. Sunday looks to be the warmerst and driest day of the three-day weekend. Scattered storms are likely again Memorial Day afternoon and evening.

Scattered showers in Denver metro tonight; warmer, drier Wednesday

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