DENVER (KDVR) — Monday will likely be an Correct Climate Alert Day. A Winter Climate Advisory will even be in impact for Denver and the Entrance Vary till 8 p.m. Monday.
Forecast Throughout the Evening Sunday
In Denver, there will likely be rising clouds with gentle snow growing by 11 pm to midnight particularly within the west. Lows will likely be round 28.
Within the Mountains, snow continues with 1-2 inches of accumulation.
Monday is Correct Climate Alert Day. A Winter Climate Advisory can also be in impact for Denver and the Entrance Vary.
Fog, freezing fog and fog will change to snow for the Monday morning rush hour.
Two waves of snow are predicted. The primary, arrives in a single day by way of the morning rush hour with 1-2 inches of accumulation. Temps stay within the higher 20s and low 30s.
Then a noon break with drier air.
The second wave of snow will arrive for the night rush hour with one other 1-2 inches of accumulation.
The Mountains can count on 2-6 inches of recent snow accumulation. Avalanche watches and warnings stay in impact. Avalanches are probably.
In Denver, snow tapers off late Monday. Partly clear skies on Tuesday with bursts of solar. Highs round 32.
Within the mountains, snow will proceed with one other 2-4 inches of accumulation.
In Denver, it is going to be sunny skies and low 30s on Wednesday.
Within the mountains, there will likely be some residual morning snow showers, regularly drier.
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