DENVER — Temperatures will remain above average on Sunday with highs making it into the lower 60s.
Sunday will start quiet, with a gradual increase of clouds by the afternoon. A cold front will move through the region later Sunday evening, bringing snow, strong wind and a significant drop in temperature.
Snow looks to start as early as midnight across the Front Range. Monday morning will be a Pinpoint Weather Alert Day as temperatures drop into the teens for the commute. Expect
periods of snow through the morning drive, but wrapping up by lunchtime. This does not look like a particularly strong storm, with snowfall totals staying less than 2 inches for the Front Range and Denver metro area.
Sunshine will return by the afternoon on Monday as temperatures stay in the low 30s.
It won’t take long to rebound temperatures, as 60s return as early as Tuesday. Conditions will stay sunny and quiet through Friday with highs staying above average, in the upper 50s and lower 60s.
The upcoming weekend is looking quiet as temperatures stay in the mid-50s with sunshine by Saturday.
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