A pedestrian walks in downtown Denver past the Colorado State Capitol as light snow continues to fall, February 27, 2015. Denver broke a record for snowiest February in state history with 22.2 inches of snow fall. (RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post)Forecasters are calling for the cold weather to continue in Denver this week as precipitation moves into the metro area on Monday night and is expected to stick around through the middle of the week.The National Weather Service in Boulder is calling for a high of 32 degrees on Monday morning. A 40 percent chance of a snow and rain mix is forecast for Monday night.A winter storm warning is in effect for the northern mountains through Tuesday afternoon. Areas of the high country north of Interstate 70 will see heavy snow and blowing winds during that period, the weather service says.”Over northeast Colorado it will be dry through (Monday) afternoon with warmer temperatures,” the service said in a weather outlook. “A cold front will move across northeast Colorado late tonight with light snow developing behind the front mainly near the Wyoming border.” Mountain areas could see 8 to 16 inches of snow with areas of the Gore Range forecast to receive up to 2 feet.”The high valleys and foothills could see 3 to 8 inches of snow,” the weather outlook said. “The plains, Palmer Ridge and Park County will see 1 to 5 inches.”Between 2 and 4 inches of snow is expected along the Interstate 25 urban corridor.Jesse Paul: 303-954-1733, jpaul@denverpost.com or twitter.com/JesseAPaul – Click Here To Visit Article Source