Reporting Gloria Neal
DENVER (CBS) – Monday brought us our sixth straight morning with a recorded low below zero! This was the warmest low of the past six mornings however as we only dropped to 4 below zero. Our high was the warmest since last Tuesday – when we reached 56 degrees – as we topped out at 24 degrees to start the week, and with mostly sunny skies the day almost turned out to be pleasant.
Now the arctic airmass is slowly sliding east, so it just gets better from here: look for sunny to partly sunny skies right into through the week with temperatures not only above freezing, but a few days will even be about the normal high for this time of year! As promised last week, expect a high above freezing for Tuesday as we warm into the mid 30s. Then mid to upper 30s on Wednesday. Thursday and Friday will see highs in the mid 40s – which is actually just above the normal high of 43. Partly sunny skies continue into the weekend with highs in the low to mid 40s for both Saturday and Sunday. Look for fair conditions and into the upper 40s as we begin next week.