A front moved in Tuesday night, bringing slightly cooler temperatures to the region Wednesday.
According to the National Weather Service (NWS) in Boulder, Denver will reach 90 degrees on Wednesday. Winds could gust over 15 mph, with a 10% chance of showers and thunderstorms in the evening. Temperatures will drop to 62 degrees overnight.
Wednesday is an Ozone Action Day Alert with higher ozone concentrations in the air than Tuesday, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) says. The air could reach an unhealthy levels for sensitive groups. An influx of out-of-state wildfire smoke is expected across the area starting Wednesday morning, but it will be nowhere near as bad as it has been in the past few weeks. CDPHE warns that only unusually sensitive people will be impacted.
NWS forecasts a better chance at storms on Thursday. There’s a 30% chance of precipitation after lunch. It will be mostly sunny with a high of 89 degrees with wind gusts over 20 mph. The mercury will dip to 60 degrees in the evening.
Friday will dry back out as the temperature rises back up to 94 degrees. The low will be 61 degrees.
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