Southwesterly breezes will drive temperatures to the higher 40s Tuesday and practically 60 by Wednesday in Denver, based on forecasters.
The excessive temperature on Tuesday will likely be round 49 levels, based on the Nationwide Climate Service in Boulder.
Southwesterly breezes gusting as much as 21 mph are anticipated in Denver, NWS says.
A excessive wind watch has been issued for the mountains and the northern foothills.
Excessive Wind Watch issued for the mountains and northern Entrance Vary Foothills late tonight & Wednesday as gusty winds enhance additional. Largely sunny, hotter, & breezy at occasions Plains. Lively Wx by this weekend, with bouts of wind and mountain snowfall. #COwx pic.twitter.com/MQvZupYLCy
— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) February 12, 2019
The warmest day of the week will likely be Wednesday when the excessive temperature might attain 59 levels, the NWS says.
A slight calm down is forecast by the weekend. Temperatures will vary from 54 on Thursday to 31 levels on Sunday.
There’s a slight probability for snow Saturday after 11 a.m., the climate service says.
It might additionally snow on Sunday evening, the NWS says.