DENVER (KDVR) — Denver’s weather will dry out and gradually warm up over the weekend. The forecast will stay dry and mild through Thanksgiving week in the Denver weather forecast.

Weather today: Chilly sunshine

High temperatures will hit the 40s on Saturday with sunny skies and dry conditions.

The sunshine and above-freezing temperatures will help to melt away some of the snow that fell from Thursday into Friday.

Weather tonight: Cold and clear

If you have plans to head out Saturday night, don’t forget those layers. Temperatures overnight will be frigid.

According to the Pinpoint Weather team, Saturday’s temperatures will drop off into the teens and 20s with clear skies.

Weather tomorrow: Warmer with more sunshine for Broncos’ home game

Temperatures continue to warm into the upper 40s Sunday afternoon. More sunshine, dry skies and a light breeze make for a great gameday for the Broncos!

Looking ahead: Dry, mild week ahead

The seasonal warm-up continues with highs climbing into the 50s, which is around average for this time of year.

Thanksgiving will stay dry on the Front Range with highs just slightly cooler. There is a chance for some light mountain snowfall on Wednesday evening. Other than that, it is a quiet forecast and limited travel impacts for the next seven days.