Windy afternoon ahead; 60 degrees later this week with active storm track

DENVER -- Morning fog burns away later today with sunshine.  Also, gusty wind is likely midday into afternoon in the Mountains and across the Front Range.  Gusts 15-35mph.

Gusts reach 70mph on the Divide north into Rocky Mountain National Park.

Forecast wind gusts today 5pm. Meteorologist Chris Tomer.

The mountains have snow this morning ending early this afternoon, 1-4 inches of accumulation.

Forecast snow today. Meteorologist Chris Tomer.

Tuesday is the quietest day of this week because we'll be in-between storm systems.  Highs near 50.

We're in for an active stretch Wednesday-Sunday with storm systems coming from two different directions.  It includes the storm track affecting Seattle with, and the storm track affecting Hawaii with big waves and wind.

The end result is wind and snow for the Mountains of Colorado, Wednesday-Sunday.  Heavy accumulation likely.

Most of the snow gets blocked by the mountains.  We're only forecasting 20% chances of snow for the Front Range on Thursday and Saturday (potentially Friday too).

Gusty downsloping wind is likely Wednesday, Thursday and part of Friday.  Temps surge to 60 Wednesday and Thursday.

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We're tracking weather today on FOX31 Denver and Channel 2 News - and when conditions are bad we send out the Weather Beast.

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