Freezing fog expected to hang in Denver through Monday
DENVER — Expect another day of freezing fog across the Front Range on Monday, and some snow showers that could lead to accumulations of less than 1 inch.
The fog started developing in the Denver area on Sunday, and is expected to remain socked in Monday, along with some cold temperatures. Highs aren’t expected to get much above 30 degrees.
Interestingly enough, temperatures are expected to warm up at higher elevations, with highs in the Foothills, Mountains and Palmer Divide expected to be in the mid 30s.
The Mountains can expect one last surge of snow on Monday, with 4 to 8 inches expected at most ski areas. Heavy snow over the last 14 days has added almost 40 percent to Colorado’s snow pack.
Sunshine is expected to return to Colorado on Tuesday, with highs soaring to near 50. And those temperatures are only expected to warm as the week goes on. Partly cloudy to sunny skies and highs around 60 are in the forecast for Thursday and Friday .