The second week of 2021 will continue with the weather pattern from the first week of the year.
Denver’s high on Monday will be 49 degrees under sunny skies, according to the National Weather Service in Boulder. The calm day will drop to 24 degrees overnight.
Parts of northeast and north central Colorado will have patchy fog early Monday that could reduce visibility to a quarter of a mile. The fog will be confined to low lying spots and will be burned off as the sun comes up.
Tuesday will be warm, dry and clear. The metro area will spend nearly the entire day above freezing, with a high of 53 and a low of 32.
The pristine weather will not carry over to Wednesday as high winds become a problem. Denver’s winds could gust up to 24 mph from the west, the mountains, foothills and near the Wyoming border winds up to 70 mph are possible. Denver will remain warm, with a high of 60 and a low of 34.
A cold front that will hit Thursday is responsible for those windy conditions and will bring with it a chance of snow, mostly in the mountains.
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