Denver weather: Snow tapers off, but cold temperatures remain Monday

Monday won’t be as snowy as Sunday, but it will still pretty darn cold.

Temperatures will reach a high of 17 with wind chill values as low as minus-4, according to the National Weather Service. A bit of snow is likely but most will fall before noon with less than a half-inch of new accumulation expected.

In the evening, it will drop to a low of 5 with wind chill values as low as minus-4.

The weather warms up Tuesday with sunny skies and a high of 39. It will stay mostly clear with a low of 19 at night.

Sunny skies continue through the week as temperatures rise into the high 40s and 50s through Friday. Lows will hover around 30 through the week.

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