Chance Of Rain, Snow - Or Both - Monday, Weather Service Says

Sergio Conner
November 13, 2017

A disturbance moving through the area will spread showers across the area, tonight and early Monday morning. The forecast does call for mostly cloudy skies today with scattered rain showers.

The warm weather will stick around for Tuesday with a few passing clouds and some wind with a high of 65 in Denver. It will be chilly tonight with lows in the mid-30s and skies are partly cloudy. Tuesday will be mild with highs up in the mid 70s. Temperatures will also gradually rise through the middle part of the work week.

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Wednesday temperatures will increase slightly with a high in the mid-50s and a low in the low 40s, but a jacket will still be necessary to stay warm. There is going to be a slight dip in temperatures on Thursday before rising back into the mid-50s. This will lead to abundant sunshine and above average temperatures for much of the workweek. The average high for Lafayette right now is 53°.

Areas shaded in blue are forecast to have below-normal temperatures through the end of November, according to the Climate Predicition Center. Another cold front will pass over the state this weekend and temperatures will quickly fall back into the upper 30s by Sunday.

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