Oct. 22 forecast: Summer’s back again

If you’ve been waiting for that perfect, crisp and cool fall weekend to frolic through a pumpkin patch in boots and a sweater, you’ll have to keep waiting.

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Denver on an autumn day. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

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Denver on an autumn day. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

If you’ve been waiting for that perfect, crisp and cool fall weekend to frolic through a pumpkin patch in boots and a sweater, you’ll have to keep waiting. 

This weekend, summer is back. Today’s high will be around 80 degrees, according to the National Weather Service, with nary a cloud in the sky or a breeze in the air to cool things down.

Things will cool considerably on Sunday, though it’ll still be a sunny and warm 74 degrees.

You’ll have to save that sweater for nighttime, when the temperature will dip down around 44 both nights.

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