DENVER — The weekend started with unseasonably warm temperatures across the Front Range. Saturday’s high temperature in Denver was 77 degrees, beating the old record for Nov. 9 of 76 degrees.
Expect plenty of sunshine and light wind statewide. A Red Flag Warning has been issued for portions of the eastern Plains due to warm temperatures, breezy conditions and dry air. Any type of outdoor burning or open flame is not recommended Saturday.
Temperatures will be a few degrees cooler on Sunday, yet still above average. Highs will hit the lower 60s with a gradual increase of clouds.
A cold front is set to move through the Front Range Sunday evening. The first impacts will be felt across the northern Front Range, where some freezing drizzle and light flurries may occur before midnight.
In the Denver metro area, expect snow showers between midnight and 12 p.m. Monday.
Snow will be light, with less than an inch accumulating when all is said and done. Sunshine will return by Monday afternoon, but temperatures will struggle to get above freezing to kick off the workweek.
A few flurries will be possible in the high country, but the majority of the impacts will be felt across the Front Range.
Our temperatures will rebound quickly, with low 60s by Tuesday. We’ll keep a sunny, dry and above average temperatures around for the remainder of the workweek, with highs staying in the upper 50s and lower 60s.
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