Denver weather today, April 9: Better than this weekend, not as good as tomorrow

After this weekend’s sampler platter of Denver spring weather, we can expect a slight chance of showers today, but mostly sunny with the high almost reaching 60 degrees.

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Fans were hesitant to fill the stands before gametime on a snowy opening day at Coors Field, April 6, 2018. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

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Hey, remember when it snowed on Friday? (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

After this weekend’s sampler platter of Denver spring weather, we can expect a slight chance of showers today, but mostly sunny with the high almost reaching 60 degrees.

The National Weather Service says the low will be in the 30s and we shouldn’t have to deal with the same kind of wind we felt yesterday.

The rest of the week features 70-degree weather and then a return of wind around Thursday. So if you’ve got any plein air painting to do, it’s looking like Tuesday and Wednesday are your best bets.

(Please send us Instagram photos of your plein air painting. Thank you.)

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