Delicate sample forward of Friday’s chilly entrance – CBS Denver

DENVER (CBS) – A mild work week is underway. A strong high pressure ridge helped many in eastern Colorado start a warming trend for the second week of January.

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Many of the highs over the eastern parts of the state hit early in the week into the 1950s.

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Some of our friends in the north and west stayed on the cool side. Just like Greeley only reached 34 degrees on Monday.

By Thursday, temperatures in and around the Denver area will be well above normal. The only indentation in this warm-up will be a trough that runs through Montana and Wyoming on Tuesday. This may kick up some wind and a few clouds over the state, but no moisture should fall.

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Another warming high pressure ridge will cause temperatures to rise 10 to 15 degrees above normal through Wednesday and Thursday.

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The next cold front will hit on Friday with the chance that the snow will return to the mountains. At this time, it doesn’t look like Denver will see much moisture from this system.

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Light flakes may appear in and near the runners. However, no accumulation is to be expected in the subway area.

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