Mild, sunny weekend – The Denver Post

Denver had a small chance of snow overnight, but missed getting flakes again, meaning 2021’s bid for the latest first snow is still alive.

According to the National Weather Service in Boulder, Denver will rise from a chilly morning by 22 degrees to mild 53 degrees in the center on Friday. It will be sunshine in the subway with a few light snow showers in the high country later. Friday night the weekend starts with 38 degrees and should mostly be clear as the region gets drier.

The missed chance of snow overnight means that Denver is now only nine days away from reaching the record for the most recent first snowfall ever – November 21, 1934.

Saturday was supposed to be warm with a partly sunny altitude of 67 degrees. The wind can blow up to 20 mph. Temperatures drop to 33 degrees overnight.

Sunday will be mostly sunny as the temperature reaches 65 degrees.

Temperatures may return to the 70s early next week, which would be close to record highs.

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