Record warm temperatures Denver felt this weekend would soon end, bringing mild fall weather.
It is very cold today, high temperature near normal.
Snow, flying snow, and slow/dangerous travel develop in the mountains on Tuesday night and continue through Wednesday.
— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) November 8, 2021
With gusts of 15 mph, Denver will hit a high of 55 degrees on Monday under increasing cloud cover, according to the National Weather Service in Boulder. The minimum temperature will drop to 32 degrees.
On Tuesday, the weather will be mild but still cloudy and the maximum temperature will be 61 degrees. Snowfall and strong winds will continue in the mountains on Tuesday night and will continue through Thursday. Sick travel conditions are possible. There is a chance of light rain in the city on Tuesday night.
Wednesday has brought a 20% chance of rain with a maximum of 58 degrees on a sunny day. Winds can gust up to 25 mph as the threat of a storm continues into the evening, turning to snow around midnight.
Thursday could be the day of the most active weather and possibly the first snow of Denver’s season.
Temperatures should be back in the 60s for the weekend.