BY: NATE LARSEN - METEOROLOGIST
LAST UPDATED: Friday, June 22, 2018 2:15 PM
Good afternoon! Ample sunshine and toasty temperatures this afternoon continue across the region, highs will remain in the upper 80's. A few mountain showers are possible for areas to the north. Heading into the weekend, a storm system sliding down over the Divide will bring a dry cold front through for Saturday, this will result in blustery winds and cooler temperatures. Any shower activity will likely remain to the east of our area and partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies are expected across all regions. Another warm up is expected early next week, highs will climb back into the upper 80's on Sunday and the mid to upper 90's by Monday. Southwest flow early in the week will generate these well above average temperatures, westerly flow later in the week will help cool us down into the mid and upper 80's by Tuesday.
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