Sunshine and seasonal. Highs near 60 degrees. Tracking the potential for midweek snow. Continue reading for today’s full forecast.

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Without further adieu, your DayCAST for Monday, March 28, 2016:

Today will be beautiful across the Denver Metro area, with an upper-level ridge parked right over the state.


500mb vorticity map valid Monday morning.

Notice the southwesterly downslope flow across Colorado. This will breed warmer temperatures and mostly sunny skies, though high clouds will be increasing through the day (southwest flow tends to bring the upper-level moisture). Expect high temperatures near 60 degrees on the Plains.

We are actively tracking a developing weather system to impact the region for Tuesday night into Wednesday night. It currently  tracks too far north to bring much precipitation (snow!) to the Plains. The northern Mountains are in store for some powder, though. At this juncture, model differences are a concern, so we won’t rule out a track-shift just yet. Stay tuned!


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Ben Castellani

Ben grew up in western Pennsylvania and holds both a bachelor's and a master's degree in meteorology. He currently works on a programming language tailored for scientists at Harris Geospatial Solutions in Boulder.

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