DENVER -- A beautiful weather day is underway across Colorado. High temperatures Saturday will climb to the upper 60s with mostly sunny skies. Winds will be breezy to gusty at times in the afternoon, although they won't be as strong as yesterday's winds. Fire danger will be high again with only a 10% chance of an isolated shower on the Northern Front Range Saturday afternoon.
Sunday's weather will be similar to today. High temperatures will be in the upper 60s with partly cloudy skies and gusty winds. A 10% chance of a shower or thunderstorm is possible Sunday afternoon and evening across Denver, the I-25 corridor, and the eastern plains.
Weather changes will start to move in on Monday. High temperatures will cool to the 50s, winds will become stronger, and cloud cover will increase. By Monday evening, rain showers will move into the Front Range quickly changing over to snow as temperatures drop.
Snow showers will continue across the state overnight and could be heavy at times. It will all clear out by Tuesday afternoon. It is still too far out to know exact totals with this storm but the Tuesday morning commute will most likely have some slow-downs. Afternoon highs will only reach the low 40s on Tuesday.
Another storm system will move in late Wednesday through Thursday. This storm once again could bring accumulating snow to most of Colorado. Stay tuned to the forecast this week for more details on these snowstorms.
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