DENVER — Expect another unseasonably warm afternoon to end the weekend as highs on Sunday will top off in the mid-60s.
Clouds will gradually increase, with an isolated shower or two for the northern Front Range on Sunday night.
Throughout the day, wind will be fairly calm across the Denver metro area, but expect gusts as high as 20-30 mph over the Palmer Divide, southern Interstate 25 corridor and southeastern Plains.
For that reason, a red flag warning has been issued from noon until 6 p.m. Sunday.
A cold front will pass through the state on Monday. Expect dry conditions to start the day, but highs will drop into the low 50s.
As clouds increase, rain will be possible during the evening hours. This will rapidly transition to snow as temperatures drop below freezing overnight.
A few lingering snow showers will be possible for the start of the day Tuesday, especially for the southern portion of the Denver metro area.
Snowfall totals Monday night into Tuesday don’t look impressive, with a trace to 3 inches possible. Higher totals will stay to the west and southern end of the metro area.
The forecast for the workweek stays fairly active, with another system moving through Wednesday into Thursday. Expect a wintry mix as temperatures will stay in the 40s and 50s.
Conditions look to dry out by Friday and Saturday as temperatures return to the mid-60s.
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