DENVER -- The Front Range is finally starting to warm up after a week of cold temperatures and multiple snowstorms. Monday will be a sunny, breezy and mild day for Denver.
Monday will start out into the teens with afternoon high temperatures reaching around 51 degrees. Winds will gust up to 25 mph in the afternoon with sunny skies from start to finish.
Fire danger will be high on Monday, especially on the eastern Plains.
A red flag warning is in place for southeast Colorado from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. when winds will gust up to 35 mph with 8 percent humidity.
Tuesday will be dry with high temperatures in the mid-40s.
Denver's next chance for snow will arrive Wednesday afternoon.
The storm is not looking impressive for the Front Range. Accumulations will be small if there is any at all. However, it will bring the mountains a few inches of fresh powder.
Colorado will dry out for Thursday and Friday. Denver will climb back to the 50s on Thursday and has a chance to hit 60 on Friday.
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