Dry weather continues, snowless streak could break record

DENVER -- The dry weather pattern continues across most of Colorado.

In Denver, there hasn't been measurable snow (more than a trace) since Oct. 9 when 2.8 inches fell.

That lack of snow is approaching a record dry stretch.

Two cold fronts are on the way to Denver, on Thursday and Saturday. There is a 10 percent chance for passing snow showers.

There will more than likely be gusty wind and little measurable snow, meaning the dry stretch looks to continue along with temperatures in the 50s and 60s.

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