COLORADO, USA — Forecast by Meteorologist: Kathy Sabine

MONDAY:  A nice way to start the week, mostly sunny, breezy and warm.with afternoon highs from 68 to 73.


TUESDAY:  Very windy in and near the foothills with gusts up to 50 mph from the west.  Morning lows from 40 to 45, afternoon highs from 70 to 75.

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WEDNESDAY:  Sunny in the morning, partly cloudy, breezy and cooler for the afternoon.  Morning lows from 37 to 42, afternoon highs from 57 to 62.

THURSDAY:  Cloudy, calm, and cooler with areas of light showers during the afternoon and evening.  Morning lows from 32 to 37, afternoon highs from 53 to 58.

FRIDAY:  Partly cloudy for most of the day.  A few light showers in the afternoon and evening.  Morning lows from 30 to 35, afternoon highs from 61 to 65.

SATURDAY:  Mostly cloudy with rain and snow showers during the afternoon and evening.  Morning lows from 32 to 36, afternoon highs from 44 to 49.

SUNDAY: HAPPY EASTER!  Cloudy and cooler with wet snow most of the day.  Morning lows from 28 to 32, afternoon highs from 41 to 45.


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