Denver weather forecast

Mostly sunny to start Saturday, with more clouds moving in for the afternoon. Gusty winds will be picking up across the Front Range up to 30 mph. Sunday brings more mild temperatures and a chance for an isolated rain shower. Snow is back in the forecast for Monday and Tuesday.

Forecast by Meteorologist Becky Ditchfield

TODAY: Partly cloudy, windy and warm. Southerly winds up to 30 mph. Afternoon highs from 65° to 70°.

TONIGHT: Partly cloudy, breezy and mild. Overnight lows from 35° to 40°.

SUNDAY: Partly cloudy, mild and breezy. Very small chance for a sprinkle in the afternoon. Morning lows from 35° to 40°, afternoon highs from 64° to 69°.

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MONDAY: Cloudy in the morning. Light showers by noon. Rain changing to snow during the evening. Morning lows from 33° to 38°, afternoon highs from 50° to 55°.

TUESDAY: Snow, especially in the morning, decreasing in the afternoon. It is too soon to reliably forecast specific snow amounts. Morning lows from 23° to 28°, afternoon highs from 42° to 47°.

WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy morning, cloudy afternoon with a few light rain or snow showers. Morning lows from 24° to 29°, afternoon highs from 48° to 53°.

THURSDAY: Snow showers possible, especially in the morning, cool and breezy. Morning lows from 26° to 31°, afternoon highs from 41° to 46°.

FRIDAY: Partly cloudy, mild and dry. Morning lows from 30° to 35°, afternoon highs from 60° to 65°.

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