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A very mild Monday for Denver, cold and snow return Tuesday

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Yesterday Denver’s high temperature topped out at 73 degrees, well above the normal for the date of 52 degrees. Today promises similarly mild temperatures but tomorrow we see a chance for snow again.

For today we will see some breezy winds to start the day but those will then ease. We will see more cloud cover today than yesterday their effect on temperatures will be minimal. Most locations in the Denver area should still see highs near 70 degrees.

Winds will be picking up overnight and tomorrow morning as our next weather maker approaches. Much is still up in the air with this system but right now it appears to be somewhat similar to the storm from last Friday.

High temperatures tomorrow will top out near 40 degrees and those will occur early in the day and then drop. There will be a slight chance for snow in the morning with better chances in the afternoon. At this point it is tough to put a number of potential snowfall accumulations but as mentioned above, something similar to last week seems likely.

Once that fast-moving system moves out we bounce right back and will see temperatures at or above normal for the rest of the workweek. Highs on Wednesday should be near 50 degrees followed by the mid to upper 50s on Thursday and Friday.

See the image for today’s outlook and keep an eye on current conditions here.

See the image for this weekend’s Denver weather forecast. Be sure to keep an eye on our interactive radar as the storm arrives and drops rain and snow.



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