DENVER — Temperatures for the Front Range reached the 50s on Sunday afternoon with plenty of sunshine. Things will be changing for this upcoming week as we expect colder temperatures, rain, and snow to arrive.
Monday, clouds increase and highs remain in the 50s, ahead of a bigger storm set to impact the state. It looks like this next system will hit Monday night, ushering in widespread moisture and much colder temperatures.
We'll see highs drop into the 30s to low 40s on Tuesday, with chances for snow. Several inches of snow will be possible in the mountains and foothills, with slushy and snow covered roads expected Tuesday night. Across the I-25 Corridor and eastern plains, generally light snow accumulations will be possible, mainly on grassy or elevated surfaces. Areas north of Denver will have the best chance to see a couple inches of snow Tuesday night.
Our weather pattern will stay quite unsettled this week, with the chance for showers returning Thursday through Friday.
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