DENVER -- A weak weather system expected to pass over Colorado Thursday will bring clouds and a slight dip in temperatures before sunshine arrives this weekend alongside temperatures in the 60s for the city.
For Wednesday evening and overnight, clouds will increase as temperatures slowly sag into the 20s.
Thursday will start cloudier but dry, and the area will hold onto some clouds throughout the day to keep temperatures in the 40s to low 50s.
Some clouds and a bit cooler Thursday compared to today. pic.twitter.com/a1WPWbMdZQ
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The clouds will clear and there will be a weekend warm-up from the 50s Friday to some 60s this weekend.
The weather pattern will start to send a lot more cloud cover toward Colorado late in the weekend and last through Christmas Day. This will keep temperatures in the 40s to 50s.
There may be some snow headed to the mountains and some rain to the Plains by Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, but Denver and the northern Front Range have some of the lowest chances in the state for rain and snow, which is good news for travelers.
We will work to keep you updated on travel impacts across the mountains and the nation through the holidays.
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