After reaching highs in the mid 60s this afternoon, it’ll turn cloudy and cooler overnight in Denver. A cold front will barrel through the state after Midnight leaving behind temperatures in the 30s by sunrise. We could also see a light rain-snow mix after Midnight along the Urban Corridor. Significant accumulations are likely in the higher elevations near and west of the Continental Divide where Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories are in place.
Sunday will feature temperatures largely in the 30s with a stiff wind out of the northwest and north, gusting to over 30 mph at times. If you are heading to the Broncos game at Mile High…dress for the cold as wind chills will hold in the 20s for most of the game. A light rain-snow mix changing over to all flurries is possible, but accumulations are not expected.
It’ll stay breezy on Monday with a few peeks at the sun and a stray flurry or two. Temps will struggle to around 40 but it won’t feel that warm due to the wind.
Temperatures begin to rebound on Tuesday and really show improvement by Wednesday. We’ve been watching a storm system that could potentially impact us for Thanksgiving since early in the work week but it continues to be pushed farther north by the computer models. With the most reliable models continuing that trend we have dropped the chance for snow on Thanksgiving. If this northward trend continues, it’ll result in even warmer temperatures for the holiday weekend.
Have a great weekend!
Meteorologist Laura Velasquez