DENVER -- Unseasonably warm temperatures will continue heading into the weekend before Christmas. Highs on Saturday will soar into the low 60s across the Front Range, with 30 and 40s in the high country.
Expect a mix of sun and clouds with breezy conditions.
The record high for Denver Saturday is 67 degrees set back in 1933, which should stay safe this afternoon.
Sunday will be the warmest day of the week as highs hit the mid- to lower 60s in the Front Range. Clouds and breezy conditions will increase through the afternoon and evening hours.
Despite temperatures hitting 20-25 degrees above average, record highs this weekend in Denver will stay safe.
Clouds will linger into Monday, keeping temperatures in the mid-50s to kick off the holiday week.
A storm system looks to arrive in Colorado by Tuesday, bringing a chance of scattered snow showers across the high country on Christmas Eve. Meanwhile, in Denver, expect a mix of sun and clouds and temperatures in the 40s.
Some of the scattered snow showers will linger into the holiday on Wednesday for the mountains. As it appears right now, the Front Range will stay mainly dry with highs in the upper 30s.
Temperatures will remain seasonal on Thursday and Friday, maxing out in the upper 30s with a mix of sun and clouds.
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