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Denver set to enjoy gorgeous weekend with mild temps, less wind

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This weekend is going to serve as a fine reminder of why we love living in the Mile High City. Despite the calendar reading mid-January, we are going to enjoy very mild temperatures and lots of sun.

Today will actually be the coolest day of the three day period. However with forecast highs in the low to mid-50s, that is well above the average of 44 degrees. We will have sunny skies above and the metro area will only have light winds. Up in the foothills and Front Range mountain areas, winds will continue to be gusty.

Saturday continues the pleasant weather with even warmer temperatures. Once again skies will be sunny, winds light and temperatures will be in the mid to upper 50s.

For Broncos Sunday we expect a beautiful day that will set the stage for a trip to the Super Bowl. High temperatures will be right near the 60 degree mark with plenty of sun above.

Further out, dry and above normal temperatures are expected to continue into the first part of the next workweek. Models are indicating a possible turn toward colder, maybe wetter, weather late next week.

For now, get out and enjoy the beautiful weather! See the image for this weekend’s outlook and get a look at current conditions here.

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