Denver, Colorado 2021-10-28 08:52:38 –
The National Meteorological Service reported a gust of over 80 mph on the Loveland Pass on Wednesday evening.
— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) October 28, 2021
According to the Boulder NWS, Denver will have a maximum temperature of 61 degrees Celsius under clear skies on Thursday. The light snow in the mountains ends in the morning, providing a drier air. Dry weather and continuous winds increase the risk of fire in the plains. When the temperature drops to 37 degrees, these winds begin to slow down in the evening.
Fridays are dry and calm, with sunny peaks of 71 degrees Celsius. The minimum temperature is 38 degrees.
Saturday starts as a sunny day, but when the front enters, the maximum temperature stops at 66 degrees Celsius. As the sun sets, some clouds replace the clear sky. The minimum temperature is expected to be 35 degrees.
According to the forecast, it will be cold by Sunday and it will be in the area next week and it may snow. Models for Sunday and Wednesday are unknown, and it’s too early to know when it will snow. The NWS predicts that Halloween will be 45 degrees early, with the possibility of a shower in the afternoon. After that, the trick or treat forecast plummets to a minimum temperature of 27 degrees Celsius, and it could snow.
Denver’s last white Halloween was in 2002, with only 12% shot in the city according to historical weather data. In 1972, eight inches of powder fell on a dressed human, but just a few years ago in 2016, temperatures reached 79 degrees Celsius.
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