COLORADO, USA — FORECAST BY: Meteorologist Danielle Grant
THIS EVENING AT A GLANCE: A beautiful end to the week with highs in the upper 60s Friday! Hope you enjoyed the late November heat because a weak cold front will move into the state overnight.
This cold front will bring a few clouds and cooler daytime highs, back into the mid 50s Saturday afternoon. It won't bring any rain or snow; look for plenty of sunshine throughout the weekend and beyond.
Temperatures warm back into the mid to upper 60s Sunday and Monday before a brief cool off Tuesday. Denver rebounds into the upper 60s next Wednesday for the first day of December. The next chance of rain or snow won't be until next Friday. Keep your fingers crossed for some moisture!
Seasonal start to the weekend
Saturday: Mostly sunny, light breeze, high 53; a few clouds overnight, low around 29.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, mild and dry, high 64; mostly clear overnight, low around 37.
Monday: Mostly sunny and warm, high 68; mostly clear overnight, low 34.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny and slightly cooler, high 54; mostly clear overnight, low 33.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny and mild, high 67; mostly clear overnight, low around 37.
Thursday: Mostly sunny and breezy, high 66; partly cloudy overnight, low 34.
Friday: Partly cloudy, much cooler with possible showers, high 46; partly cloudy overnight, low 24.
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