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Denver’s weekend weather features a mild, windy start then cooler temperatures

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Weather in the Mile High City this weekend will be its typical mixed bag of conditions. Mild and windy conditions kick things off Friday to be followed by cooler temperatures and a chance to see some snow.

For today we are starting out the day with breezy winds and those will continue to build as the morning progresses. Gusts to 45 mph in town will be possible by noon, then the wind will slowly begin to ease later in the afternoon.

Mostly sunny skies will be above and temperatures will be climbing to highs in the low to mid-50s. Overnight lows tonight will be down to the mid to upper 20s.

Overall Saturday will be the most pleasant day of the weekend. There will be some increased cloud cover but winds will not be near as strong as we will be experiencing Friday.

High temperatures tomorrow will top out right near the average for the date of 47 degrees. A weak system will be pushing through later in the day Saturday ushering in cooler temperatures.

Saturday night lows will be dipping into the teens and there will be a chance to see some light snow from the evening into early Sunday morning. Little, if any, accumulation is expected.

In the wake of the system Sunday is going to have colder than normal temperatures. Highs will only be in the low 40s with partly sunny skies.

Heading into the next workweek, Monday will be mild and back to the 50s. Another system arrives today that will cool things back down and bring a slight chance for snow.

See the image for this weekend’s Denver weather outlook and keep an eye on current conditions here.

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