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Snow ending over the Front Range, a dry and mild weekend ahead

Denver misses getting it's first official snowfall - measured at DIA
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Posted at 5:56 AM, Oct 27, 2022
and last updated 2022-10-27 15:44:26-04

DENVER — The storm system is swirling away from Colorado and skies will be clearing overnight. It will be a cold Friday morning with lows in the single digits and teens in the mountains and 20s for Denver and the northeast plains.

Although the snowstorm dumped a lot of snow in the mountains and an inch or two over parts of the I-25 Corridor, it did not bring any measurable snow to DIA - where the official snowfall reading is taken for Denver.

Live Updates: Snowstorm hitting mountains, could bring measurable snow to Front Range by morning

The average date for the first official snow (at least one tenth of an inch) is Oct. 18. Last year, the first official snowfall was not until Dec. 10 - the latest on record since 1882. In 2020, the first snowfall was on Sept. 8. The earliest snowfall was Sept. 3, 1961.

Expect plenty of sunshine on Friday, with highs in the upper 50s to low 60s. This mild and dry weather will continue through the weekend. There will not be any scary weather on Halloween - dry and mild for our little trick-or-treaters on Monday night.

The weather will stay warm and dry for the first couple of days of November.

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