Sunny and mildly warm weather is ahead for Denver most of this week just in time for the first full week of the National Western Stock Show.
Monday will start the work week off sunny and slightly windy. with a high of 55 degrees. Winds will be about seven to nine mph with gusts up to 15 mph.
Mostly sunny this morning with increasing cloudiness this afternoon. pic.twitter.com/ikCTwwfGwi
— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) January 9, 2023
The low temperature Monday night is 29 degrees, with winds reaching up to 16 mph.
Some light snow is expected in the mountains Monday evening; the Park Range is expected to get the most snow. That snowfall will continue in the mountains through Tuesday morning but taper off by Tuesday afternoon.
Tuesday’s high in Denver is another seasonally warm day with highs of 56 degrees. The day will be sunny and windy again with gusts reaching 16 mph.
A snow system will move through northern Colorado Tuesday night into Wednesday, bringing some heavy snow to the mountains and likely to the Denver area as well. There is potential for a quick burst of moderate to heavy snowfall as the system moves through Wednesday afternoon, but the system will quickly move out in the evening.
Wednesday’s high is 41 degrees, and the snow possibility in Denver is at 50%.
After a Wednesday night low of 21 degrees, it’s back to sunny and warmer weather as Thursday’s high is 49 degrees and Friday’s high is 57 degrees.