DENVER (CBS4) –
Windy in Colorado today ahead of a cold front that will roll through early Tuesday morning. Ahead of the front, we hit the upper 60s here in Denver.
A little snow in the high country is possible with this front coming through. The mountains of Summit County will see 1-4″ of snow Monday night and then up to 3″ of additional snowfall during the day on Tuesday. The only chance for precipitation in Denver will be Tuesday morning when a few sprinkles or an isolated light rain shower are possible.
We’ll be cooler on Tuesday thanks to that front, our highs will drop to the low 50s. We’ll have more sunshine after skies clear from a cloudy start.
Then another warm up will start Wednesday with highs in the middle 60s followed by temperatures near 70° in the afternoon on Thanksgiving. At this time it appears it will rank on the list of the Top 5 warmest Thanksgiving’s in Denver’s history! We’ll be warm well into the weekend, with highs in the 60s and 70s!