Denver’s weather this week won’t be bringing conditions similar to the prior week’s bomb cyclone, forecasters predict.
While some snow showers are expected on Monday night Tuesday night in Denver and the plains, the rest of the week is predicted to bring mostly sunny skies with some wind.
On St. Patrick’s Day, the high will be near 51 degrees with some calm wind getting up to 6 mph in the afternoon and a low near 27 degrees, according to the National Weather Service in Boulder.
Mostly sunny mountains, partly sunny northeast plains. Light winds with cooler than normal temperatures this afternoon. #cowx pic.twitter.com/TPWMuouKG0
— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) March 17, 2019
Monday’s daytime temperatures are expected to be similar, but there’s a slight chance of rain showers that could mix with snow after 11 p.m. Tuesday night weather also brings a slight chance of rain and snow showers before 9 p.m. and snow showers after 9 p.m., according to the weather service.
The rest of the week will likely bring highs in the 50s and lows in the 30s, the National Weather Service said.
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The temperatures on Saturday and Sunday were warmer than last week, though still below seasonal normals, the weather service said on Twitter.