DENVER (CBS4) – On the weather map we have the tail end of a cold front moving south along the Colorado/Kansas state line. This front helped spark a few early morning showers and thunderstorms over parts of eastern Colorado. This should keep an easterly component to the wind profile all the way back to Denver. This will be a cooling upslope keeping temperatures over the eastern plains in the 70s for Sunday.
In the wake of the nice refreshing cool down of Friday temperatures will be rebounding this weekend. On the weather map we have a high pressure ridge building back over the southwest. This will give the central Rockies a northwest flow keeping temperatures below normal and providing enough warmth for a few isolated, high based, gusty thunderstorms to form along the Palmer Divide and Front Range Foothills. Sunday will be a little warmer for most areas but, still very comfortable.
DENVER (CBS4) – Happy Father’s Day! Dads will be enjoying a mild-mannered Sunday with near normal temperatures over eastern Colorado. Dry and comfortable air is still pushing into the eastern side of the state in the wake of a Saturday cold front that produced a few showers and very isolated storms on Saturday night. The comfortable summer weather will hang in for Monday until a big high pressure ridge begins to take over on Tuesday.
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Selecting a term
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