KUSA - Gusty northerly winds will push a round of snow over the Denver metro area early Monday morning according to the Colorado weather forecast.
Rain and snow moved through the Front Range, eastern plains, and high country Monday morning. The heaviest snow near the Denver metro area fell on the south side of town where roads were slushy and the grass was covered.
Mostly cloudy skies and isolated rain showers are now in the forecast through lunch time Monday, with winds picking up across the Front Range and eastern plains.
A WIND ADVISORY is in effect for locations near Yuma, Wray and Burlington until 6 p.m. Monday. Northwesterly winds will gust to 45 mph at times. Winds are expected to relax Monday night.
Only a few very light rain/snow showers will fly by Monday afternoon carried along by northwesterly winds gusting to 40 mph along the Front Range.
Warmer temperatures with sunshine will move over the Front Range starting Tuesday.
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