DENVER -- It's been a record warm weekend in Denver with highs Sunday in the 70s. But that quickly changes Monday.
On Monday morning, expect overcast skies and some patchy freezing drizzle that may create a few slick spots.
Temperatures will be in the 20s early, then fall back to the teens by late afternoon.
Snow is expected to move into the Denver metro during the afternoon and accumulate overnight into early Tuesday before slowly ending in the morning.
The Monday evening drive and the Tuesday morning commute will have the biggest impacts.
We stay cold with highs in the teens on Tuesday. We will slowly warm back to the 50s by the weekend.
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