Denver, Colorado 2021-12-03 08:41:10 –
Denver missed a record on Thursday, but still reached 73 degrees downtown. Very warm weather can change to more seasonal ones in the next few days.
🌡️ It’s a cooler, but it’s still pretty calm today.
🌬️ Strong winds are expected in / near the front range from Saturday night to Sunday.
— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) December 3, 2021
According to the National Meteorological Service of Boulder, Denver is cool on Fridays, but still calm. Mile High City peaks at 61 degrees under clear skies. The lowest temperature tonight will drop to 33 degrees Celsius.
It’s almost the same on Saturday, with a maximum temperature of 65 degrees Celsius and a sunny day.
The weather begins to change on Sundays, but temperatures are above average. Denver has a maximum temperature of 57 degrees Celsius on Sunday and should be almost sunny. Winds can rise up to nearly 30 mph.
Let’s gooooooo. pic.twitter.com/8QpcQ8Bg50
— ❄️ Rain or ☀️ Shine I’m Andy Stein (@AndySteinWx) December 3, 2021
Cool air blows behind the wind on Sunday, and the weather on Monday changes dramatically. Forecasters say the maximum temperature will drop to 42 degrees Celsius to start the week. As the system moves, it may snow on Monday night.
NWS meteorologist David Barjenbruch said, “Mountains, especially the Gore and Park Ranges, are expected to have a few inches of snow, but the lack of moisture and low churn efficiency further limits the potential for eastern snow. “. “It’s still possible that it will snow in the city corridors and Denver Metro on Tuesday morning, but the snowfall will be very low. I’m not very confident about the possibility of breaking DIA’s snowless streaks, The possibilities remain. “
Forecasters are already looking at a second system that may move later next week as a more influential event, but keep in mind that it’s still too early to know much.
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