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Some showers early tonight, then dry and warmer days ahead

A lovely warming trend coming through Friday
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Posted at 5:43 AM, Apr 01, 2024
and last updated 2024-04-01 19:41:52-04

Windy, cool weather will not last long - and that is "no fooling!"

Scattered rain and snow showers will continue early tonight, but little to no accumulation is expected. High temperatures stayed in the mid to upper 40s Monday afternoon along the Front Range, with 30s in the mountains.

Colorado’s high country may see some slick conditions over the high mountain passes.

This cool weather system will quickly move out overnight and we will see some much warmer weather for the rest of the week. Highs will be in the 50s on Tuesday, 60s on Wednesday and 70s by Thursday!

This warm weather will continue on Friday, with more sunshine and 70s for the Rockies home opener.

It will get a little cooler on Saturday and there's a chance of afternoon showers. A cold and wet pattern will arrive on Sunday and continue Monday with rain and then snow expected for the mountains and the plains.

March in Denver is historically the snowiest month, but as we roll into April, the metro's official snow gauge shows we lagged behind normal totals for the month by around 2 inches.

The reporting station at Denver International Airport recorded 9.2 inches of snow for the month of March compared to a monthly normal of around 11.5 inches.

Denver's cumulative snowfall totals for this winter season stand at 38.3 inches, which is around 8 inches behind the normal 46.4 inches expected by the end of March.

To view the Denver snowfall statistics info graphics in fullscreen mode, click this link.

Some showers early tonight, then dry and warmer days ahead

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