Before forecasting rain, Denver will almost reach a single-day record by the end of August.
-NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) August 31, 2021
According to data from the Boulder National Weather Service, the highest temperature in Denver on Tuesday will reach 95 degrees, slightly lower than the 98 degrees recorded on this day. The lowest temperature is 63 degrees. The smog will linger in the air, prompting the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment to issue an ozone action alert on air quality.
The remnants of tropical cyclone Nora will affect Denver in the form of rain on Wednesday. The day will start to be clear, but there are the same plumes above my head. In the evening, there is a 60% chance of precipitation, bringing a wind speed of 20 miles per hour and a low temperature of 61 degrees. Before the weather changes, Denver will reach a high temperature of about 90 degrees.
The possibility of rain will continue until Thursday afternoon. Cool temperatures will also come, because the high temperature will only reach 84 degrees. The lowest point should be around 60 degrees.
There may be more rain on Friday, and the temperature may not rise to the 90s until later in the weekend or early next week.