DENVER — Highs were in the upper 50s Sunday afternoon, but a cold front will dramatically change weather conditions for Monday.
Our next storm is set to roll in tomorrow. Monday will start off dry, with increasing clouds and winds through the day. Monday evening, rain/snow showers shift to all snow, with several inches of accumulation across the metro-area likely into Tuesday morning. A Winter Weather Advisory goes into effect at 3pm on Monday until 3am on Tuesday.
In the mountains and foothills, snow totals are expected to reach around 8 to 14 inches. The Southern Foothills and Palmer Divide could see amounts over 6 inches. Across the Front Range Urban Corridor, lighter amounts are expected in comparison. In Denver, snow totals are looking to reach around 4"-6" inches from late Monday into Tuesday morning.
The snow and colder temperatures will likely impact the Monday evening and Tuesday morning commutes, especially over higher elevations.
Skies clear through the day Tuesday, with highs returning to the 50s on Wednesday. 60s and 70s by the weekend.
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