DENVER - It's a much calmer and warmer day for the plains. We're looking at upper 60s by lunch, with highs in the low 70s by 3 p.m. Sunshine will dominate on the plains and we're only looking at a slim chance for an isolated shower or two this afternoon and early evening.
The mountains are looking at partly cloudy skies and there's still some light snow falling on the peaks above 10,000 feet. A few light showers will continue off and on in the high country throughout the day.
Our next storm is moving in from the west and we'll see more rain and snow in the mountains by midday Wednesday. This moisture will hit the Front Range by early afternoon, with scattered showers for the Wednesday evening commute. Here are some handy tools to use during stormy weather:
After the storm on Wednesday, the weather will settle back down for the rest of the week and into the weekend.
This system will clear the state by Tuesday. We'll see more sunshine tomorrow, with highs in the upper 60s to right around 70 degrees.
Our next storm will move through on Wednesday. As it does, rain chance will climb to about 30 percent for the mid-week as the temperatures fall. 60s for highs and 40s for lows for Denver and the Front Range for both days.
By Friday and the weekend, a quieter area of weather will move in. Mostly sunshine, a breeze, and temperatures in the 70s will be here to wrap up the week and go through the weekend. Good news for Bronco Fans for next Sunday's home game.