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Denver’s workweek to feature ups and downs of cold, snow and mild temperatures

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The Mile High City is going to start out the workweek with cold and snow on Monday. This will be followed by a return to above normal temperatures then a return to wintry weather at the end of the week.

For Monday, overnight snow failed to materialize as expected as the jet stayed further north than forecast. However we do expect it to move to the south this morning.

Light snow will be possible throughout the day with better chances this afternoon and particularly this evening and into tonight. Total accumulations between now and tomorrow morning are expected to be less than 3 inches in town with slightly higher amounts in the foothills and mountains.

Temperatures are going to be very cold with highs topping out in the mid-20s. Tonight, depending on how much clearing we see, overnight lows are expected to drop to the single digits.

Tuesday will see clearing and mostly sunny skies but the mercury is expected to remain below freezing.

We bounce back nicely on Wednesday however with a return to unseasonably warm weather. Highs for hump day will be in the mid-50s.

Another system is set to arrive Wednesday night and linger into Friday. This system won’t be quite as cold as the current one but it does have better snow potential and will need to be watched closely.

See the image for today’s outlook and keep an eye on the snow with our live interactive radar here.

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