Monday has been windy and colder with snow. This storm will bring high winds and moderate to heavy snow over the mountains and eastern plains. Right now, it appears the heaviest snow will fall south and east of the Denver metro area, with around 1-3 inches of accumulation expected.
The Monday commute across the metro may turn slick and icy at times (especially south toward Castle Rock, otherwise wet roads for metro Denver) with widespread snow expected. Daytime highs will stay in the upper 20s and low 30s. Winds will remain gusty from the north.
Tuesday will be windy and cold, with another round of light snow for the Denver area and plains by Tuesday afternoon and evening.
Skies will clear statewide Wednesday and temperatures will begin to warm back up through the rest of the week.
Expect highs in the 50s Wednesday, then 60s for Thursday and Friday, with 70s returning to Denver by the weekend!
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