Denver weather: Getting warmer for a few more days

The Denver skyline seen beyond an Athmar Park home. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

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Good morning. Temperatures remain unseasonably warm today, with a high of about 57 expected for Denver, according to the National Weather Service. It could get even warmer over the next few days, peaking around 64 degrees on Sunday.

That should change Monday with the arrival of a cold front and storm, dropping Denver temperatures into the 30s and bringing a chance of snow showers early next week.

Joel Gratz of OpenSnow expects four to eight inches of snow for the northern mountains. It could get colder over the next couple weeks but dry weather could continue into mid-December or beyond, he predicts. Go read his stuff for more.

Andrew Kenney

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