Clear skies will continue in Denver Wednesday.
A sunny day is expected again with slightly warmer temperatures than Tuesday but still below normal. The high is 38 degrees.
Windy with a chance of snow in the mountains. Areas of morning fog, with gusty winds with patchy blowing snow this afternoon over the northeast plains. A little warmer but still on the cool side. #cowx pic.twitter.com/d475zENvsb
— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) January 4, 2023
The main weather feature Wednesday is wind, as the Front Range mountains and foothills could see wind gusts up to 50 mph. Denver could get winds of seven to 10 mph.
Some dense fog will develop in Weld County Wednesday morning; the fog should stay far north of Denver, but some could stretch into the northern Denver metro area.
Light snow will develop along the higher north- and west-facing mountain slopes during the day, but those areas will dry out by the evening.
Wednesday night will be cold with a low of 17 degrees and some light wind of about seven mph.
Thursday will see temperatures warm back up to near normal, with temperatures reaching the mid-40s. Those temperatures are expected to continue through next week.