Temperatures climbed into the 40s Monday afternoon, with plenty of sunshine across the metro-area. It will be even warmer Tuesday and Wednesday, with high temperatures in the low to mid 50s.
A few rain showers are possible Wednesday, with the chance of a rain/snow mix by Thursday. We'll see an even better chance of snow and a bigger cool down this coming weekend.
An atmospheric river event will usher in more moisture over southwestern Colorado starting late Tuesday. Expect rounds of heavy snow, especially over the San Juan mountain range, with a Winter Storm Watch in effect until Thursday.
Snow will become more widespread over the mountains mid-week, with the chance for rain showers over the plains late Wednesday.
It will be a bit cooler by Thursday in Denver, with the chance for a rain/snow mix into Friday.
This weekend, a better chance for more accumulating snow is likely for the metro-area as temperatures drop to the 30s for highs on Saturday.
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