EntertainmentWarm and mainly dry across Colorado Wednesday afternoon

Warm and mainly dry across Colorado Wednesday afternoon


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DENVER — Mid-September is usually the best time of the year for beautiful weather in Colorado- clear and comfortable nights, sunny mornings and just a few afternoon thunderstorms.

We can look forward to more of that for the next several days with warm and mainly dry weather for the last days of summer. Fall officially starts early Saturday morning at 12:50 a.m.

A few isolated gusty storms will develop and roll off the foothills again on Wednesday. Skies will clear out overnight with more sunshine in store Thursday. Friday will be warm and dry.

Temperatures cool slightly over the weekend with highs back in the mid to upper 70s.

The Aspen trees are starting to change colors across northern Colorado, so the next few weeks will provide some very lovely scenes. Get out there and enjoy!

Warm and mainly dry across Colorado Wednesday afternoon

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