Currently in Denver - November 3rd, 2022

The weather, currently.

Partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the low 40s

Now that the snow and cold front are gone...we will take a gradual shift from cold and snow to just calm through the weekend. The low pressure system/cold front that brought us our snow will head to the east and as it does, we will gradually warm up through the weekend. Except if you are in the mountains, the mountains will continue to have enough moisture for there to be snow on and off through Sunday.

Here's an overview of your Friday through the weekend:

1) Friday: Partly cloudy and cold still. We still see snow until about 4 to 5 a.m. Temperatures around sunrise will in the mid 20s. By the afternoon, snow is gone and temperatures get into the low 40s. Friday is a good day to wear a winter coat or good jacket if you have one.

2) Saturday: Partly sunny and getting warmer. We see upper 20s by sunrise. Then upper 50s for the afternoon.

2) Sunday: Mostly sunny. Temperatures are warmer in the morning with upper 30s by sunrise. Then upper 50s by Sunday afternoon.

Activity forecast: For Friday, it's just cold outside. Unless you are doing a snow related activity, take that workout indoors.

Mountain forecast: While the lower elevations warm up and become calm, there is another moisture in the mountains still for snow Friday through Sunday. Take it easy while traveling and you should be good to go while traveling.

Megan Montero

What you need to know, currently.

We have a new story up today from Currently's editorial fellow, Aarohi Sheth, profiling Kadedra Holmes, the founder of Black Nomads Meet:

"Holmes said that contrary to the narratives that mainstream media perpetuate, nomadic living is not a new concept to the Black community," Sheth writes.

'We’re tapping into something that’s deep within our innate nature,' Holmes said. 'Hiking, swimming, camping — we have an attraction to the outdoors, we’ve just been systematically bullied out of the space,' she said.

Climate change, and the environmental racism that stems from it, has reinforced this severed relationship between Black people and their native environment, according to Holmes."

Click here to read the full article!