The weather pattern will remain unsettled and cooler than average to start the week, but some pleasant changes will return by the middle of the week, lasting into the Memorial Day weekend.
Skies will be mostly cloudy overnight, with a few showers possible and some snow in the mountains above 8,000 feet. Lows will be in the low 30s in the mountains and around 40 degrees for Denver and the northeast plains.
Highs will be in the 50s Tuesday across the plains with more rain on the way, especially along and south of I-70 - a good soaker is expected for the southeastern part of Colorado. Periods of snow will continue in the mountains, although amounts will only be a few inches.
The risk of severe weather will be low due to cool temperatures, but there could be a little lightning and thunder - as it is late May.
A nice warm up is in store Wednesday through the first half of the Memorial Day weekend. Highs will bounce back to the low 70s on Wednesday and reach the 80s Thursday through Saturday.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms will return Sunday afternoon and there will be a good chance for thunderstorms on Memorial Day.
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