Denver will rise into the high 40s to start the week. As soon as all the weekend snow melts, there could be another round on the way midweek.
Forecasters are preliminarily predicting for low snow totals in the metro area but up to a foot or more in the central and north-central mountains. After getting 41 inches of snow over the last 10 days, Winter Park could get another 18 inches in the next three.
According to the National Weather Service in Boulder, Denver will top out at 47 degrees on Monday under mostly sunny skies. Winds could gust to 15 mph in the afternoon, and the overnight low will dip to 18 degrees.
Tuesday will be similar, with a mostly-sunny high of 46 degrees. Yet, afternoon winds will be stronger, gusting up to 40 mph downtown and 75 mph along the foothills. Temperatures will fall into the teens.
Wednesday will warm to 44 degrees under sunny skies before winds around 20 mph and snow move in around noon. There’s an 80% chance of precipitation, mostly for later in the day and into the evening. Nighttime temperatures will plunge near zero degrees.
An early look at next weekend shows possibly clear conditions with highs in the 50s.
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