Denver weather today: A high of 64 before weekend wintriness

The city skyline seen from atop the Denver Arapahoe Disposal Site, the landfill owned by Denver and operated by Waste Management. Jan. 26, 2018. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

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Good morning. It’s a warm one again. We’re looking at a high near 64 today and breezy conditions, the National Weather Service predicts.

The weekend will be cooler. Friday will drop to 45 degrees, following by 27 degrees on Saturday with a wintry mix and likely snow.

However, accumulations on Saturday will be light, “even in the mountains,” according to NWS — just a few inches for most mountains, OpenSnow predicts.

Andrew Kenney

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