Weather forecast doesn’t favor White Christmas in Denver

DENVER (KDVR) – Will Denver See a White Christmas? It’s not like that along the Range Ahead with the latest 6- to 10-day outlooks from the Climate Prediction Center (CPC).

We previewed the Christmas forecast with this outlook ranging from December 22 to December 26.

There is a large area of ​​above-average temperatures expected to be concentrated in northwest Texas, with the Colorado slopes. Below-average temperatures are forecast in northern Montana, North Dakota and the Pacific Northwest.

After a quick cold snap on Friday, temperatures should recover and stay in the 50s in the week before Christmas. Prolonged warmer temperatures also don’t support the chances of a white Christmas.

As for the precipitation outlook, there is an area of ​​drier-than-usual conditions centered in the northeast corner of Texas. The area of ​​above-average rainfall is concentrated along the California and Nevada border and it extends into Western Colorado. This looks better for white Christmas conditions in the mountains with a few chances of snow next week.

Sadly, the near-normal area along the Front Range looks set to stay dry through Christmas, meaning it looks to be a warm and dry holiday in Denver.

These dry and warm conditions along the Front Strip and into the Eastern Plains continue to exacerbate near-extreme drought. In the foothills and mountains, a small chance of snow next week will at least prevent severe drought conditions from getting worse, and it could even improve conditions in some areas.

https://kdvr.com/weather/weather-outlooks-dont-support-a-denver-white-christmas/ Weather forecast doesn’t favor White Christmas in Denver

Emma Bowman

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