Denver weather forecast for today, Oct. 30: Cold, some snow, you know the deal

It wouldn’t be fall in Colorado if we didn’t swing from a gorgeous 70-degree day to snow and cold in 24 hours. And here we are.

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DIA on a snowy day, Oct. 9, 2017. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

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DIA on a snowy day, Oct. 9, 2017. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

It wouldn’t be fall in Colorado if we didn’t swing from a gorgeous 70-degree day to snow and cold in 24 hours. And here we are.

There’s not going to be a lot of accumulation, but we’ve got a chance of snow on and off throughout the day and overnight, according to the National Weather Service. There might be some patchy fog this morning too.

The high Monday will be around 33 degrees, and the overnight low will be close to 23 degrees.

Tuesday will be nicer, with a high near 51 degrees.

 

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