DENVER — Gusty, downslope winds continue Tuesday morning on the west side of Denver, including Highway 93, the Indian Peaks, Rocky Mountain National Park, Eisenhower Tunnel, Berthoud Pass, Winter Park and Cameron Pass.
Gusts will be 30-70 mph. A few snow showers are possible, with 1 inch or less of accumulation.
That downslope wind warms Denver’s high temperature to 49 degrees with sunny skies.
It will go from sunshine to cloudy skies on Wednesday as the next Pacific storm system approaches. High will range from the 40s to 50s.
Thursday’s storm system looks warmer, weaker and less windy than last week’s systems.
Snow showers will move in late in the Thursday morning commute, then potentially mixing with rain.
One inch or less of snow accumulation in Denver, Boulder, Loveland and Fort Collins. One inch of accumulation in Castle Rock, Monument, Conifer, Evergreen and Genesee.
The ski areas can expect 2-8 inches of accumulation on Thursday.
It will be drier on Friday, and it will be dry and much warmer on Saturday, with highs in the mid-50s.
Another storm system rolls through Sunday and Monday with a small chance for snow showers across the Front Range. Highs drop 10 to 15 degrees.
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