DENVER — A Weather Action Day remains in effect for Colorado Sunday night.
Colorado had reports of hail, high winds, and even a tornado touching the ground near Lamar in SE Colorado Sunday afternoon.
Rain will keep falling for the Front Range Sunday night..and into the day Monday.
Snow is likely in the mountains tonight through Monday. A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for our Northern Front Range mountains on Monday, with around 7-14 inches of accumulation possible over 8,000 feet.
Rain and colder temperatures are expected to start the week across the metro-area. Highs in Denver will be in the upper 40s on Monday. Rain and snow will gradually taper off Monday night.
Clearing skies Tuesday, with temperatures returning to the 60s. A gradually warming trend and dry conditions return through the end of the week.
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