DENVER — The recent snowstorm has left Colorado, making way for a sunny, dry and milder weekend.
Highs both Saturday and Sunday will reach between 55 and 60 degrees. Most of the snow across metro Denver should melt away.
Another cold front arrives Monday evening with snow showers developing across the Front Range.
It will turn colder on Tuesday — a Pinpoint Weather Alert Day — with highs near freezing and more snowfall expected. Accumulation is likely to be several inches in most Denver-area communities. So, if you have holiday travel plans on Tuesday — by air or road — you’ll need to watch this forecast closely as it could impact your travel.
The region will dry out on Wednesday. Denver will get to enjoy a dry and mild Thanksgiving with just some passing clouds and highs near 50 degrees.
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