DENVER — Forecast by Meteorologist Danielle Grant

SATURDAY NIGHT PARADE OF LIGHTS:  Saturday night's edition of the 9NEWS Parade of Lights steps off at 6:00 pm and we're expecting a cool but breezy night for the celebration with temperatures in the mid to upper 30s.

Parade of Lights Forecast

SUNDAY: Partly cloudy and breezy. Isolated rain/snow showers in the higher Front Range foothills. Morning lows will be from 29° to 34°, afternoon highs from 49° to 54°.

MONDAY: Mostly cloudy, windy and colder with a few morning flurries. Morning lows will be from 21° to 26°, afternoon highs from 34° to 39°.

TUESDAY:  Partly cloudy, calm and cool.  Morning lows from 17° to 22°, afternoon highs from 37° to 42°.

WEDNESDAY:  Partly cloudy, calm, and slightly warmer. Morning lows from 20° to 25°, afternoon highs from 47° to 52°.

THURSDAY: Cloudy in the morning, clearing in the afternoon. Morning lows from 20° to 25°, afternoon highs from 41° to 46°.

FRIDAY: Partly cloudy, dry and warmer. Morning lows from 22° to 27°, afternoon highs from 45° to 50°.

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