Denver weather: More rain in the forecast this week – The Denver Post

If Denver has felt more like the Pacific Northwest to you than its usual semi-arid climate, not much is changing is in the upcoming forecast. Every day in the extended seven-day forecast has a chance of rain, according to the National Weather Service (NWS.)

Scattered thunderstorms are expected to develop over the mountains and Palmer Divide later Monday afternoon. They will then spread over the plains in the evening, with the main threats being heavy rain bringing the chance for flash floods and hail. Denver will reach 64 degrees with an 80% chance of precipitation. While rain could fall throughout the day, the best opportunity for storms is after 4 p.m. The evening will be cloudy with a low of 51 degrees.

Denver will push up to 66 degrees on Tuesday with a 60% chance of rain. The highest chance of storms is later in the afternoon. The low Tuesday night is forecasted to be 47 degrees.

Wednesday has a 40% chance of rain with a high of 72 degrees and a low of 50 degrees.

Thursday will begin a warm and windy trend that will last through the weekend. There will be chances for rain later in the afternoon, more common for a Denver spring than the weather the Mile High City has had lately.

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