Denver’s Thanksgiving week forecast is set to be sunny and warmer than it has been the last few weeks.
Snow is still on the ground in some areas from last week’s storm, but every day this week has highs in the 50s and 60s that will melt the snow and bring some warmth back to the area.
Monday will start the week off sunny with a high temperature of 53 degrees, a couple degrees above the average high for the day.
Low temperatures Monday night will drop to 23 degrees, the lowest of the week.
Tuesday and Wednesday have the same forecast, with highs at 54 degrees and lows at 25 degrees on both days.
Thursday’s Thanksgiving Day forecast is slightly lower than the rest of the week, with a high of 50 degrees, but Thursday evening’s temperature won’t drop as much as the low is 30 degrees.
Friday is the warmest day of the week with a high of 62 degrees, over 10 degrees above the average temperature for the day. Saturday will also be above normal with a high of 59 degrees.
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