Denverites will wake up to sunny skies on Friday, with the possibility of showers later in the day.

The Mile High City will see a 50% chance of thunderstorms after noon, with a high near 77 degrees, the National Weather Service in Boulder reports. Wind gusts could reach up to 15 mph.

Clouds are expected to roll in tonight, with temperatures dropping to a low of around 50.

Colorado isn’t alone in potentially getting rain. The National Weather Service forecasts the possibility of widely scattered severe thunderstorms over parts of the central and southern High Plains, along with tropical storm warnings for Florida.

Saturday should be even sunnier, with a high near 84 and just a 10% chance of showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon. By the evening, it’ll be mostly cloudy, hitting a low around 56.

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Sunday will see partly sunny skies, with a high near 83 and a 10% chance of precipitation after noon.

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