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Denver weather: Tuesday will have mostly clear skies with a gentle breeze remaining

GREELEY, CO – JUNE 07:A pedestrian walks a pair of dogs on the path around the lake at Sanborn Park in Greeley June 7, 2022. The forecasted weather for Greeley on Wednesday is a high temperature of about 79 degrees and mostly sunny, according to the National Weather Service. (Alex McIntyre/Staff Photographer)

On Tuesday, skies are expected to be mostly clear in metro Denver with an expected high of 58 degrees. Although the rain has stopped, wind speeds may gust as high as 22 miles per hour, according to the National Weather

Skies are expected to be mostly clear in metro Denver on Tuesday, with a anticipated high of 58 degrees. Although the rain has stopped, wind speeds may reach up to 22 miles per hour at times, as per the National Weather Service forecast. The National Weather Service has predicted the weather.

The winds will mainly be coming from the north, with speeds ranging from 8 to 14 miles per hour during the day, and are expected to shift to the southwest after midnight. Temperatures are projected to rise throughout the week, reaching highs in the mid-70s by Thursday and Friday before cooling down on Saturday.

Road conditions on Interstate 70 are icy from Golden to Copper Mountain, and snowy and icy from just west of Copper Mountain to Vail. The road is wet from Vail to Eagle. The traction law remains effective.

In the Vail area, light clouds in the morning will clear to sunny skies in the afternoon, with temperatures reaching the low 40s.

I-70 was reopened after an eastbound closure on Monday night due to safety concerns, according to the Colorado Department of Transportation.

The closure occurred between exit 180 for east Vail and exit 190 for Vail Pass Summit.

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