Denver- Afternoon highs made it into the 60s for the Front Range on Sunday~ but we will be even warmer tomorrow!
Expect dry weather and a warming trend continuing into Monday. Monday will be warmer. Highs rise to the mid-70s across the metro-area.
Winds pick up late tomorrow, especially across southern Colorado, ahead of our next system. Temperatures on Tuesday will be in the upper 50s to near 60 degrees, with very gusty winds, and a slight chance for a few showers. The mountains will see more scattered rain and snow showers. Red Flag Warnings have been issued for southern Colorado for Monday and Tuesday as high fire danger returns to the state.
60s and sunshine are expected Wednesday. Winds stay strong through the day. Warm again, near 70 degrees on Thursday in Denver. Then, what looks to be our next big storm, bringing widespread rain and snow to the state, will move in on Friday. Stay tuned!