DENVER- Sunday was warm and dry in Denver with highs in the mid to upper, and with low 80s over southeastern Colorado and highs in the 50s and low 60s in the mountains. Gusty southwest winds and low humidity will increase fire danger over western and southern Colorado Monday as well.
Clouds will increase on Monday ahead of the next storm system. Highs on Monday will still be warm, climbing to the 70s. Some rain and snow showers will develop in the mountains late in the day.
Snow will develop in the high country by Monday night with 3 to 6 inches likely through Tuesday over our northern and central mountains.
Tuesday will be cooler for Denver and the eastern plains, with showers likely. The rain may mix with or turn to snow Tuesday evening into the foothills. Highs will be in the mid to upper 50s and drop to around 30 degrees by Wednesday morning.
A few showers will still be possible on Wednesday with highs back to near 60 degrees. Thursday and Friday will be warm and dry with highs back to near 70 degrees.
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