No rain, mostly sunny blue skies, and normal summer temperatures are expected Wednesday across metro Denver, according to the National Weather Service.
Gentle breezes may blow through in the afternoon, weather service forecasters said.
While no hazardous weather was expected in Denver, weather service officials warned of elevated fire risks in the mountains west of Colorado’s Front Range cities due to low humidity and wind gusting at speeds up to 20 miles per hour. A red flag fire danger warning, effective through 9 p.m. Wednesday, covered the San Luis Valley.
The high temperature in Denver will be 84 degrees, decreasing to 58 degrees, forecasters said. On Thursday, the high temperature is expected to be 91 degrees.
Meteorologists anticipated possible scattered thunderstorms on Thursday, mostly west of the city in the mountains and valleys.
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