Denver will get a hint of summer on Monday, with Halloween less than a week away.
According to the National Weather Service in Boulder, Denver will near the record high of 84 degrees on Monday. Forecasters call for an 80-degree high under increasingly sunny skies. Temperatures will drop to 49 degrees overnight. The dry weather has pushed the NWS to issue a Red Flag Warning for parts of the Palmer Divide, Denver, Adams and Arapahoe Counties.
Denver will be wet on Tuesday, with a storm system bringing winds and precipitation. Mild and dry conditions will be replaced by stronger, cool winds with gusts up to 60 mph over the foothills. The mountains are going to see some snow, which will linger on the ridges into Wednesday morning.
The high Tuesday will be 70 degrees with a 70% chance of precipitation. Winds could gust over 40 mph downtown. The chance for showers lasts until midnight while the skies clear. The low temperature will drop to 37 degrees and winds will persist.
Wednesday will be much chiller, as temperatures only reach 59 degrees under sunny skies. Winds could gust near 35 mph. Nighttime lows will dip to 37 degrees.
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