With a good bit of snow still left on the ground from the snow storm earlier this week, temperatures in Denver are going to remain on the cool side through the weekend. Overall it will be an uneventful period until the next storm system arrives on Monday.
For Friday, mostly sunny skies will be seen across northeastern Colorado. The snow cover and its lingering effects make the temperature forecast a bit tough. In much of the Denver metro area temperatures will reach the 50s while to the north where more snow fell it will be cooler.
Snow will develop in the high country tonight, mainly in areas west of the Continental Divide. Accumulations are expected to be light although strong winds will lead to blowing snow.
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Saturday will bring slightly cooler temperatures as a front pushes its way through. Winds in the afternoon are going to be quite gusty along the Front Range and there is just a very slight chance to see a rain shower develop. Temperatures will be in the upper 40s.
While it will remain cool, Sunday looks to be a nice day. High temperatures will reach the mid-40s with sunny skies overhead.
Looking ahead into next week, the first half of the week will be cool and a bit unstable. A storm system moves in Monday night into Tuesday and that brings with it a chance for us to see snow again. At this time it doesn’t appear to be a particularly significant system.
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