Fall is in the air.
Today marks the first day Denver has seen lower-than-normal temperatures in over two weeks. The last time that happened was Sept. 12.
As a cold front moves south across the state, the chance of light rain over the plains is possible. Winds could also pick up later in the day with gusts up to 30-40 mph.
With the cold snap hitting Denver, citizens may have already seen the high temperature for the day.
The cooler temps this time of year also bring a change with fall colors around the Rocky Mountain region. This weekend is expected to be the peak for fall foliage in the state. If you go leaf-peeping make sure to send us your best photos for a chance to be featured in The Denver Post.
— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) September 27, 2020
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