DENVER — After bitter cold and snow this past week across the Front Range, we'll continue to see a nice warm up this Christmas Day.
Our high on Friday afternoon was 11 degrees...we got up to 50 on Saturday, with highs back to the low 50s Sunday.
This weekend will remain dry over the plains, but expect scattered snow showers over our northern and central mountains. Accumulations will range between 2-4 inches over higher terrain.
Christmas Day will be dry and warmer in Denver with highs in the upper 40s to low 50s, under a mix of sun and clouds.
Monday we'll see temperatures return to the low to mid 50s. Tuesday, even warmer, near 60 degrees and breezy. More mountain snow moves in mid-week, with a slight cool down and the chance for showers over the plains Wednesday PM.
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