Forecast by Meteorologist Becky Ditchfield

TODAY: Snow with gusty winds in the morning, ending by the evening. Current estimates are for 4 to 8 inches of snow in the Denver Metro Area, with heavier amounts in the foothills and along the Palmer Divide. Afternoon temperatures from 25° to 30°.

TONIGHT: Snow will gradually come to an end with skies clearing by the early morning. Gusty winds continue for most of the Front Range. Overnight lows from 11° to 16°.

MONDAY: Partly sunny, cool and dry. Morning lows from 11° to 16°, afternoon highs from 39° to 44°.

TUESDAY: Partly sunny, cooler and hazy. Morning lows from 14° to 19°, afternoon highs from 36° to 41°.

WEDNESDAY: Partly sunny and slightly warmer. Morning lows from 15° to 20°, afternoon highs from 45° to 50°.

THURSDAY: Mostly sunny, mild and dry. Morning lows from 23° to 28°, afternoon highs from 51° to 56°.

FRIDAY: Partly cloudy, windy and cool with a small chance for light snow in the afternoon. Morning lows from 21° to 26°, afternoon highs from 37° to 42°.

SATURDAY: Partly cloudy, cool and dry. Morning lows from 14° to 19°, afternoon highs from 37° to 42°.

SUNDAY: Partly cloudy, seasonal and dry. Mornings lows from 13° to 18°, afternoon highs from 42° to 47°.

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