Mountain snow and metro sprinkles tonight

DENVER (KDVR) – Denver can see a rapid shower Saturday evening with brisk winds. Lows will be gentle in the upper 30s. As the entrance pushes by means of we can see excess clouds and snow in the mountains, finding up an inch or two.

Sunshine is back again for Sunday with brisk winds across the Entrance Assortment and japanese plains. There is a crimson flag warning from 11 a.m. by means of 7 p.m. Sunday with wind gusts up to 45 mph and minimal relative humidity values. Highs will be seasonal on Sunday in the vicinity of the 60-degree mark.

Monday kicks off the workweek with a mix of sun and clouds and highs in the lessen 60s.

Another procedure moves in on Tuesday with excess clouds and mountain snow. Highs achieve the reduced 60s with a brisk wind. Rain comes together the Entrance Vary later in the afternoon and can switch around to snow overnight.

A combine is probable early Wednesday morning, but we’re still left with partial clearing and breezy winds for the afternoon. Winds will be breezy on Wednesday afternoon.

Plentiful sunshine is right here for Thursday, but it will be cooler as highs stay in the decreased 50s. Friday will round out the workweek with partly cloudy skies and under-average highs in the middle 50s. Up coming weekend commences off with a blend of solar and clouds and cooler highs in the decrease 50s.