Denver weather: Clear skies return, temperatures climb Wednesday

Denver received some moisture on Tuesday, but it wasn’t much. Still, 0.07 inches of light rain at the airport is almost as much as all of October’s 0.08 inches of precipitation at DIA.

Dense fog will begin the day on Wednesday for Weld, Morgan, Logan, Sedgwick and Phillips Counties. According to the National Weather Service in Boulder, the fog on the eastern plains will clear out around 10 a.m. as temperatures reach 58 degrees under sunny skies in Denver. Wednesday’s low will be a clear 33 degrees.

Thursday will warm up even more, with a high of 66 degrees and sunny skies. Some clouds will move in overnight as temperatures drop to a low of 38 degrees.

Friday will be warm, with a high near 70 degrees and plenty of sun. Winds could gust up to 18 mph, and the breezes could reach 55 mph in the mountains. Friday night will drop to 36 degrees.

Weekend highs should be in the 70s.

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