Denver weather: Snowy Tuesday to impact morning commute

Denver will get a splash of winter early this week as snow will move in overnight Monday and impact much of the area on Tuesday.

According to the National Weather Service in Boulder, Denver will be warm on Monday with a high of 50 degrees. The sunny day could have winds gust over 15 mph as some weather will begin to move in later today. There’s a 50% chance of snow after 11 p.m. as the low drops to 22 degrees.

Most of the snow will fall in Denver before 11 a.m. on Tuesday, totaling up to four inches downtown. The day’s high will only reach 30 degrees as winds could gust near 20 mph. Tuesday night will be cold, with a low of 12 degrees.

A Winter Weather Advisory will go into effect for Denver early Tuesday morning. The weather system will bring the heaviest snow to the metro area’s west side and into the foothills. Poor driving conditions and a Tuesday morning commute of snow-covered roads should be expected.

Some melting may occur on Wednesday, with Denver forecasted to reach 41 degrees under sunny skies. Friday could reach back into the 50s.

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