Springlike warmth with above-average temperatures topping 60 degrees and light wind is expected Tuesday and Wednesday before possible snow blows down from the mountains.
Denver residents likely will face a high of around 63 degrees Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service. Nighttime temperatures Tuesday likely will stay above freezing.
The warmth will increase Wednesday with temperatures reaching nearly 70 degrees, weather service forecasters said.
Around Wednesday evening, cooler weather is expected and cold fronts moving across the West could bring rain and snow to the Front Range foothills and high plains, forecasters said. There was uncertainty as to whether snow on the plains will accumulate and complicate travel.
Spring-time warmth has arrived! That will stick around through Wednesday, but then it will turn colder again with some snow likely spreading from the mountains onto portions of the plains late Wednesday night into Thursday. #COwx pic.twitter.com/3EQmpV6443
— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) March 14, 2023
Source:: The Denver Post – News