Temperatures dropped below zero early Tuesday, with humidity exceeding 90%. Still, Denver has received no measurable snow this season, and future forecasts say snow is unlikely for the next several days. But snow won’t be hard to find if you venture outside the metro area.
Snow, high winds, and slow travel develop from west to east in the Colorado Mountains tonight.
— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) November 9, 2021
According to the National Weather Service in Boulder, there will be snow and strong winds in the high country tonight. Expect slow travel conditions where accumulation can reach up to six inches by morning. The plains will remain dry and Denver should be closer to 60 degrees. Cloudy skies and gusts of more than 15 mph are forecast before temperatures drop to 40 degrees.
The wind is going to turn Wednesday, with winds up to 25 mph expected in Denver. The day should be sunny, with a maximum of 58 degrees. The night temperature is likely to drop below zero.
Thursday is expected to be similar to Wednesday with wind and temperatures in the mid-50s, but a 20% chance of rain showers.
This weekend the temperature should be around 60.