DENVER (KDVR) — A chilly entrance strikes into the state late Monday into Tuesday bringing snow to the mountains and metro Denver with chilly temperatures lasting into the center of the work week. The Pinpoint Climate crew has introduced a Pinpoint Climate Warning Day for Tuesday.
Tonight’s climate: Clear skies, lows under freezing
The Pinpoint Climate crew stated Sunday night time shall be clear in a single day however will turn out to be more and more cloudy on Monday. In a single day lows of round 28 levels are anticipated in Denver.
Tomorrow’s climate: Hotter temps earlier than the storm strikes in
The foothills and Entrance Vary shall be cloudy and Denver is forecast to see a excessive of fifty levels on Monday.
Clouds will improve throughout the mountains with snow beginning late Monday afternoon till early night in among the greater elevations.
Put together for snow: Timing for elements of Colorado
As Tuesday is a Pinpoint Climate Warning Day, drivers ought to anticipate slick and snowy roads for the morning rush hour commute.
- Central and northern mountains: Monday afternoon to Tuesday morning
- Fort Collins: Late Monday by way of Tuesday morning
- Denver: Midnight to 7 am Tuesday
- Foothills: Late Monday to Tuesday morning
- Palmer Divide: Midnight to midday Tuesday
Anticipated accumulation: Snow forecast totals
- Denver: 2 – 5 inches
- Fort Collins: 4 – 6 inches
- Boulder: 4-6 inches
- Sizes: 4-8 inches
- Palmer Share 1 – 4 inches
- Ski areas (central and northern mountains): 6 – 14 inches
Tuesday night time shall be very chilly with lows round 10 levels in Denver. The lows within the mountains shall be nicely under zero.