Denver weather: Chance of snow Monday night, but will it stick? – The Denver Post

Snow could be coming to Denver Monday night, but accumulation remains questionable.

Monday will reach 41 degrees under partly sunny skies with wind gusts up to 15 mph out of the north, according to the National Weather Service. There is a 30% chance of snow this evening, mainly between 8 p.m. and 4 a.m. It will be cloudy with a low of 23 — new snow accumulation of less than a half-inch is possible.

For one of Colorado’s busiest ski days, there will be some fresh powder on the hills. Light snow is expected over the higher mountains during the day, with a few flurries in the valleys. In the evening, snow will be mainly over the Front Range, where accumulations will vary up to four inches with the highest amounts south of Interstate-70.

Tuesday will be cloudy through mid-morning, then gradually clear, with a high of 37. The overnight low will be 21 degrees.

Wednesday should be the prettiest day of the week, with a high of 56 under sunny skies, though it could be windy downtown. Gusty winds are expected in the mountains and foothills, the weather service said.

The next chance of snow will be over the weekend.

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