Highs were much warmer for our Sunday with temperatures in the low 60s. A very dry forecast will stick with us through the holiday. We will see snow move in for western Colorado by the end of the week- with dry air sticking around for the Front Range.
The snow last Friday has long since melted across the metro. It was the latest first snow ever on record in Denver and made for one of the longest snowless streaks in more than 100 years! Denver went 232 days since the last snowfall. We tied the longest streak, last set in 1887.
We have only seen 3/10 of an inch of snow officially in Denver. By the end of December, we are typically looking at around 20 inches of snow.
Unfortunately, it looks like temperatures will be unusually warm through next week- even into Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. (Highs near 60 degrees)
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