Temperatures warm up before Colorado’s next chance for snow

DENVER -- It was a breezy and mild Sunday across the Front Range. Winds died down after the sun set and will stay calm overnight.

Monday will start into the mid-20s in most spots with partly cloudy skies. Winds will be calmer with highs in the mid-50s. Skies will stay partly cloudy.

Tuesday will be the warmest day this week with high temperatures around 66 degrees expected in Denver. The record high is 71 degrees set in 1888.

Big changes will start to move in on Wednesday. Temperatures will drop into the 40s, winds will increase and snow will move in in the evening.

Snow showers will continue through the day on Thursday before clearing out early Friday morning.

It is too far out to know what exact totals will be, but computer models are showing a chance of some snow accumulation in Denver and the Front Range.

High temperatures will warm to the 50s Friday and Saturday with mostly sunny skies and dry conditions.

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