Temperatures in Denver on this post-Christmas Saturday are expected to crack the 60s before a cooldown Sunday and the possibility of snow on Monday and Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service in Boulder.
Saturday’s high is forecast to reach 61 under mostly sunny skies, with south-southwest winds in the 6 mph to 9 mph range. The low will drop to around 28 on Saturday night.
The weather service calls for a high of only 45 on Sunday, still with mostly sunny skies, before temperatures drop to 22 overnight.
Monday brings a 20% chance of snow after noon, with partly sunny skies and a high near 39, the weather service reports. The chance of snow increases to 30% on Monday night, mainly after midnight, as the low falls to 24.
The chance of snowfall increases again Tuesday to 40% with a forecast high of 39 under mostly cloudy skies. Tuesday night, there’s a slight chance of snow before midnight as temperatures fall even further, to a low of 18.
After that, snow leaves the forecast for the rest of next week, according to the weather service, with temperatures reaching highs in the mid-30s and low 40s through New Year’s Day.
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