DENVER (KDVR) — Mostly sunny skies are back on Monday as temperatures climb above average in the Denver weather forecast. The Front Range will see more melting, as well.
Weather today: Mostly sunny
Plenty of sunshine will be across the state on Monday, helping highs climb into the upper 40s in Denver. Winds will be light, and snow from the weekend will melt.
There is a chance for some light flurries in the northern mountains on Monday afternoon.
Weather tonight: A few clouds
A few extra clouds will slide in overnight as winds stay light. Low temperatures Monday night will also be above average, but chilly in the middle 20s.
Looking ahead: Dry and mild until Friday
The sunshine and mild conditions won’t go anywhere on Tuesday, with temperatures hitting the low 50s.
Wednesday is another nice afternoon with mostly sunny skies and highs around the 50-degree mark. Thursday is copy and paste with highs in the low 50s and mainly sunny skies.
Snow moves into the high country on Friday with extra clouds over the Front Range. Denver could see some light snow, but temperatures will still make it to the low 40s.
Clouds are slow to clear over the weekend with highs in the lower 40s on Saturday. Sunday could see another quick snow shower in the mountains with cloudy skies in Denver and highs in the upper 40s.