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Denver climate: Chilly Sunday ushers in risk of sunshine snow via Tuesday – The Denver Put up


A series of systems is bringing chilly weather and several chances for snow over the next few days in Denver.

Sunday will see a high of 39 degrees with a low around 22 degrees this evening. There is a 20% chance of snow showers after 4 p.m. That increases to 30% later in the evening with less than half an inch of accumulation expected, according to the National Weather Service in Boulder.

The mountains have a higher chance of snow tonight, leading to patchy fog Monday morning at the base of the foothills and Palmer Divide.

Scattered mountain snow showers will end this evening leading way to a cloudy and mild night. Patchy fog is expected to develop tomorrow morning at the base of the foothills and Palmer Divide which may create slick roads. #COwx

— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) January 24, 2021

Monday will have a 30% chance of snow in Denver after 11 a.m. with a high of 35 degrees. The chance for snow increased to 60% Monday evening with up to an inch of accumulation, the NWS reports. The low is expected to drop to 18 degrees.

The best chance for snow will be on Tuesday when the high is forecast as hitting just 26 degrees and dropping to 13 degrees at night. The chance for precipitation is 70%, the NWS forecasts.



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