DENVER- This Easter Sunday was very warm, with record breaking highs. The previous record was 76 degrees, set in 1967. We broke that record with a high of 80 degrees.
The warmer than normal and dry weather pattern will hold through Monday, although clouds and winds will be increasing on Monday ahead of an approaching cold front.
The cold front will move across Colorado Tuesday, with a chance for mountain snow and rain showers for lower elevations on Tuesday through Wednesday morning.
Over the metro-area, temperatures will dip a bit, with highs in the low 60s Tuesday, with the chance for scattered rain showers. Wednesday, highs stay in the 60s, with clearing skies and milder weather Thursday through the end of the week.
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