Denver weather forecast

Strong wind from the northwest today with gusts up to 50 mph around the Denver Metro Area, up to 60 mph in Northern Colorado and parts of the Eastern Plains! Wind-blown snow will be falling in the mountains.

Forecast by Meteorologist Marty Coniglio

WEDNESDAY:   Very windy with gusts over 50 mph possible, up to 60 in Northern Colorado and on the Eastern Plains. Mostly sunny and turning colder in the afternoon. Morning lows from 34° to 39°, afternoon highs from 48° to 53°.

THURSDAY:  Sunny, breezy, and mild.  Gusts up to 25 mph. Morning lows from 20° to 25°, afternoon highs from 48° to 53°.

FRIDAY:  Mostly sunny, windy and warm.  Gusts up to 35 mph.  Morning lows from 25° to 30°, afternoon highs from 58° to 63°.

SATURDAY: Cloudy and cooler with periods of light snow.  Morning lows from 22° to 27°, afternoon highs from 38° to 43°.

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SUNDAY:  Sunny, dry, calm.  Morning lows from 16° to 21°, afternoon highs from 42° to 46°.

CHRISTMAS EVE:  Partly cloudy, calm, and mild.  Morning lows from 20° to 25°, afternoon highs from 50° to 55°.  

CHRISTMAS DAY:  Partly cloudy, dry during the day with light snow possible late in the evening.  Morning lows from 22° to 27°, afternoon highs from 43° to 47°.

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