DENVER — Winds will continue this evening as a High Wind Warning remains in effect until 10pm for the northern Front Range and northeastern plains for possible wind gusts between 60-100 mph! Denver is not under a warning, but it will still be windy.
The mountains saw more snow today. We're expecting an additional four to eight inches of snow west of the Continental Divide.
Temperatures will still remain above normal, in the mid to upper 50s over the Front Range and plains. After a gusty start to the week, expect more mild and dry weather through Friday- and a lot less wind.
A westerly flow aloft continues to block the colder Arctic air masses from moving into Colorado. Mild air masses from the Pacific will continue to move across the state. We will keep an eye out for any pattern changes, but for now — January thaw!
Temperatures will dip a few degrees tomorrow behind today's cold front. We'll see highs in the upper 40s on Tuesday afternoon.
More 50s are expected for the rest of the week and that's about 10 to 12 degrees above normal.
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