Denver weather: Still hot, still dry with potential for red flag warnings

Denver is still stuck in a quiet, warm weather pattern Thursday, but some storm chances are on the horizon for the weekend.

The high Thursday is 91 degrees, and the day will again be bright and sunny.

It will be another warm and dry day. West to northwest winds gusting to 25 mph will result in elevated fire weather conditions over the higher terrain and along the Wyoming border. #COwx

— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) September 7, 2023

Some light wind between six and nine mph is possible Thursday afternoon, then the low Thursday night is 58 degrees.

Some areas in the high country and along the Wyoming border will have elevated fire danger, and a couple red flag warnings are likely.

Most eastern counties along the Nebraska and Kansas borders are also under an Air Quality Health Advisory due to wildfire smoke from Canada. The advisory states the smoke could reach moderate to heavy levels and could last through Thursday morning.

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