DENVER (KDVR) — An abnormally warm and dry Friday across Colorado is forecast for Friday. Front Range highs are expected to be around 65 — the record is 74 set in 2017. Mountain highs will be in the 40s and 50s.
A dry cold front brushes the Front Range on Saturday with a drop into the 50s with partly sunny skies.
High pressure builds for the next eight to 10 days and most of Colorado will see zero rain/snow until Dec. 4 or later.
The normal high right now is 49 degrees. Each day, temps in Denver are running at least 5 degrees above this.
This will be a difficult 8-10 day stretch for the ski areas.