More Sunshine, Warmer Monday


The sunshine will help high temperatures warm back into the 50's.

The day will start with a few morning clouds that will give way to plenty of sunshine and a high of 68 degrees in the Mile High City. Highs each afternoon will be in the upper 60s and lower 70s, while lows will be in the 40s.

Sunday's chilly rain has moved out, but we're still on the damp side Monday morning, and you may encounter some thick fog as you head out the door for work early on.

We will have multiple cold fronts moving through for the second half of next week. Some neighborhoods along the Front Range and eastern plains could see highs in the 70's.

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WEDNESDAY: The mentioned cold front will drop temperatures a few degrees across the state - more noticeable drop (up to 10°) across eastern NM. That's the next chance for rain in our area, but doesn't look like it will amount to all that much.

Highs on Monday will be in the lower to middle 60s.

Cooler weather is expected by Sunday under mostly sunny skies. High pressure will spread in and bring us dry weather throughout the rest of the workweek.