DENVER — Clouds and haze remain over northern Colorado, the smoky haze is from wildfires in the West, while the clouds are the remnants of Tropical Storm Kay, swirling in from the southwest.
Cooler weather will settle in across the state for Wednesday. There will be a better chance of storms and showers in Denver and temperatures will be about 10 degrees cooler. We'll see highs in the upper 70s to near 80 degrees Wednesday afternoon.
The cloudy and showery conditions will linger into Thursday as the tropical "leftovers" slowly swirl over Colorado and then spin to the east. The rains will be scattered, but some locally heavy showers will be possible both days, especially in the mountains.
Warmer and drier weather will move back in for the coming weekend. We'll return to highs the mid-to upper 80s Friday and Saturday and near 90 degrees on Sunday.
The aspen are now changing color, keep an eye out for signs of gold! The leaves will be peaking in colors in the northern and central mountains over the next two weeks.
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