DENVER-- A dry and abnormally warm weekend ahead with 60s and potentially 70 degrees on Sunday. That's a near-record high in Denver -- the record is 74 set in 1934.
The mountains turn sunny today, breezy and 20s, 30s.
Significantly warmer on Saturday and Sunday in the mountains with 30s and 40s -- yes above freezing at most ski areas at the base elevations. I'm forecasting a jump of the freezing level to 12,500ft both Saturday and Sunday.
A potent storm system arrives Monday-Tuesday in Colorado. Temps statewide will drop significantly. Snow appears likely in the Mountains, Valleys, Front Range and Eastern Plains.
Heavy mountain snow accumulations.
We've issued a Pinpoint Weather Alert Day for Tuesday in Denver, Boulder, Loveland and Fort Collins. The Tuesday morning rush-hour could be significantly impacted.
Another storm system is possible Thursday-Friday.
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