DENVER — Mild weather will continue for the next couple of days, but a series of weak storms will move across Colorado.
High clouds will cover Colorado tonight with lows in the 30s on the plains and 20s in the mountains. A few rain and snow showers will be possible over western Colorado.
Tuesday, expect partly sunny skies and highs in the low 60s across the plains. Light snow showers are likely over our northern and central mountains. A few thunderstorms may pop up over the eastern plains tomorrow afternoon.
Warm weather will continue for the metro-area on Wednesday, with highs expected to reach the mid-to upper 60s. There is the chance for rain and snow showers Thursday into Friday, along with cooler temperatures to end the week.
By Saturday, low 60s are expected for Denver- it's looking nice for the annual St. Patrick's Day parade through downtown.
Clouds will increase on Sunday ahead of another storm system that will be affecting the Central Rockies early next week. Monday will be colder with a chance for snow across Colorado.