Time: 857 AM Sat May 9, 2020 Forecaster: Brad Simmons

Heavy Precipitation Outlook
Flash Flood Prediction Program

CONTINUED COOL AND A LITTLE BREEZY
-A weak cold front moved through this morning and re-enforced the cool air over NE CO resulting in temperatures in the low to possibly mid 60's for highs over the plains with 50's in the Front Range foothills. Normal high for Denver today is 69 degrees. Winds will be breezy from the N to NE at 10-20mph with higher gusts E of I-25.
-A few clouds have developed behind the front favoring S and W portions of the District this morning but the clouds are expected to dissipate over the coming hours with skies becoming mostly sunny to partly cloudy by noon. Conditions will be dry over the District with possibly a weak shower or thunderstorm over the higher terrain SW of the District this afternoon.
-Tonight temperatures will fall into the 30's over the plains with some areas experiencing a frost/freeze. Tender vegetation will need to be covered to ensure their safety.
STORM RAINFALL POTENTIAL AND DURATION: No precipitation expected today or tonight.

A LOOK AHEAD: A little warmer on Sunday with highs in the mid to upper 60's over the plains. Conditions will be dry during the day but a storm system will be on the approach and could produce a few isolated rain showers Sunday night. Cooler Monday with widespread showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening. Heavy rainfall is not expected at this time.

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