DENVER (KDVR) – The start to the workweek for Denver’s weather will be breezy and sunny with above-average warm temperatures.

The central and northern mountains will stay gusty with winds expected to range between 20 and 50 mph with scattered snow showers, especially over the high peaks.

Another 1 to 2 inches of precipitation is possible.

Weather tonight: Gusty, cool evening

In Denver, clouds will decrease late with lows in the mid-30s on Sunday night. The far western suburbs and foothills stay breezy with clouds early and a passing snow shower then clearing late.

Weather tomorrow: Breezy sunshine

Forecast wind gusts on Monday

There will be sunshine and it’ll be breezy in Denver Monday afternoon with wind gusts reaching between 15 and 35 mph.

The mountains can expect sunny skies with gusts above treeline 25 to 50 mph.

Next storm system: Thursday morning

Expect partly cloudy skies with breezy conditions and abnormally warm temperatures on Tuesday. Front Range high temps will be around 70 degrees. The mountains also stay dry and gusty.

Wednesday morning in Denver will be sunny with increasing clouds in the afternoon.  Temperatures remain abnormally warm near 70. The mountains start dry then snow hits the Western Slope by the afternoon and overspreads all mountain zones by the evening. Wind above the treeline will be 25-50 mph and air temps turn much colder.

Forecast snow totals (inches) by Thursday 5 p.m.

A strong cold front hits Colorado early Thursday with gusty winds and falling temps. The main storm system tracks north of Colorado, which leaves most of the state in a jet wash.

Forecast snow totals (inches) by Thursday 5 p.m.

In Denver, expect increasing clouds and wind with midday gusts expected to reach between 25 to 40 mph. Additionally, there will be a 10% chance of a rain or snow shower.

The mountains will stay windy at 30 to 70 mph with 3 to 10 inches of snow accumulation.