COLORADO, USA — FORECAST BY: Meteorologist Kathy Sabine
THIS EVENING AT A GLANCE: A warm start to the week with Summer-like temperatures in the upper 70s and lower 80s! Twenty degrees above average!
We are tracking a Pacific storm that will bring an end to the warm weather and the forecast calls for mountain snow Tuesday. Winter weather and travel advisories have been posted for the mountains for 4-8" of snow.
Lower elevations a mild dry night with gusty winds out of the south. Red Flag Warning are posted for high fire danger across the urban corridor and front range this evening. Windy and warm conditions and low humidity values have created a fire weather watch.
Tuesday mountain snow continues with scattered rain showers for Denver and lower elevations. It will be windy at time with highs in the upper 60s and lower 70s.
Wednesday even cooler. Dry and windy midweek with highs in the mid to upper 50s.
A warming trend will take us through the end of the week and start to next weekend when highs will bounce back to the lower 70s.
MONDAY EVENING: Partly cloudy, windy at times and mild, temperatures will drop out of the upper 70s into the mid 60s mid evening then mid 40s toward dawn.
TUESDAY: Breezy Partly cloudy, windy at times and cooler with scattered showers, high 69; scattered rain showers overnight, low 37.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny, windy and cooler, high 59; clear skies overnight, low 37.
THURSDAY: Mostly sunny and mild, high 61; mostly clear overnight, low 38.
FRIDAY: Mostly sunny and milder, high near 68; clear skies overnight, low 39.
SATURDAY: Mostly sunny, high 70; partly cloudy overnight, low 37.
SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy and cooler, high 55; partly cloudy overnight, low 33.
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