DENVER (CBS4) – After a few very warm days, we’ll be in for a cooler week. We spent the weekend in the low 80s, and hit 77 on Monday.
A cold from will drop into Colorado on Tuesday, and this will bring an end to our near record high temperatures. On Tuesday, we’ll be down to 65 degrees. There is a very slight chance we get some spotty showers across the front range from this, while the mountains could get a little snow.
On Wednesday, we’ll warm up to the low 70s with sunshine again. There could still be a shower or two, but overall expect it to be pretty dry around here.
A much stronger system makes its way into Colorado on Wednesday night/Thursday. This looks to potentially bring the high country a real shot at some bigger snow to the mountains. As long as this storm stays on track, it could still stay a bit more to the south.
This system could bring rain, and maybe even a rain/snow mix to the front range and plains on Friday. We could get rain on Thursday with highs dropping back to the low to mid 60s. Friday, we’ll be in the 50s. We don’t look cold enough for snow at this point for the front range, but we’ll keep watching as this system gets closer to Colorado.