DENVER (KDVR) – Very strong winds from Sunday will gradually slow into the evening and a fire weather warning remains in effect until 5 p.m. along the Palmer Divide and into southern Colorado.
The sky will be partly to mostly cloudy with some low temperatures Sunday night. When we get into the teens above, it’ll be Denver’s coolest night since mid-April, the city’s last snowfall.
Clouds extend into the start of the week with peaks in the low to mid-40s. Snow in the mountains is expected Monday evening through Tuesday morning, bringing 2-4 snowfalls. inches to our mountain towns.
Another system moved on Thursday and once again carried snow to higher altitudes. Opportunities along the urban corridor have decreased over the last 24 hours, but we could still see some flames or light sleet on Friday afternoon.
https://kdvr.com/weather/cool-start-2-chances-for-mountain-snow/ COLORADO WEATHER: Cool start to the week with 2 chances of snow in the mountains