PHOTOS: SNOW BLOWING OVER HIGHWAY 93
9NEWS Chief Meteorologist Kathy Sabine says warmer weather will settle into the Front Range Tuesday and Wednesday, with above average highs in the 50s and 60s.
More wind is also in store on Tuesday. A HIGH WIND WATCH has been posted for the Front Range foothills Tuesday and Wednesday as the wind increased from the northwest. Peak gusts are anticipated as high as 75 mph. Lighter winds will prevail across the metro area and points east.
HIGH WIND WARNINGS have been posted north of Colorado into Wyoming and Montana where jet stream winds will be even fiercer Tuesday afternoon.
Look for partly to mostly sunny skies for the next 48 hours then changes Thursday. A cold front will move in from the northwest and bring cloudy and colder conditions along with a chance for snow in the city.
The northern and central mountains will see snow return Tuesday afternoon but at this point no winter weather or travel advisories have been posted.
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