The weather rollercoaster that Denver is on is going to continue today and this week. A series of storm systems are going to have the mercury bouncing and snow coming, going and returning.
For today it starts out quite nice with mostly clear skies early. Clouds will be increasing however as the next storm system starts to work its way into Colorado. We will warm to high temperatures in the mid-50s.
This evening temperatures are going to drop quickly as the system reaches our area. Overnight lows tonight will be quite cold as they drop to the low teens.
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Snow flurries will be possible by the evening with the best chances for snow occurring after about 11:00 p.m. and lasting into Monday morning.
By the time rush hour starts tomorrow morning, there may be 1 to 3 inches on the ground making for another rough commute. Snow will continue to fall throughout the day tomorrow with an additional 1 to 3 inches possible.
High temperatures tomorrow are going to be cold and only top out near 20 degrees. Snow will be coming to an end Monday night.
Tuesday warms up slightly and will be dry. Wednesday bounces right back to temperatures in the low 50s. Then another system is expected to arrive Wednesday night bringing with it cold and chances of snow through at least the first part of the weekend.
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