COLORADO, USA — FORECAST BY METEOROLOGIST: Danielle Grant
THIS EVENING AT A GLANCE: Hope you're having a great start to your weekend! It'll be a mostly cloudy and calm night across the Denver Metro Area with lows dropping into the mid 20s overnight.
Partly sunny skies return Sunday with daytime highs in the upper 40s and lower 50s. It'll be a dry and seasonal afternoon along the Front Range.
Colorado's next storm will move into the northern mountains Sunday afternoon and evening. It'll gradually move south to the I-70 mountain corridor overnight into Monday morning. Metro Denver will see very light snow Monday afternoon and it'll linger into Tuesday morning. It looks like less than 2 inches in Denver with slightly higher amounts in the southern and western suburbs. Stay tuned as the storm gets closer to Colorado!
SUNDAY: Partly sunny, calm and seasonal. Morning lows from 22 to 27, afternoon highs from 46 to 51.
MONDAY: Partly cloudy early with a chance for light snow and gusty winds in the afternoon and evening. Morning lows will be from 24 to 29, afternoon highs from 35 to 40.
TUESDAY: Early morning flurries becoming partly cloudy in the afternoon. Breezy and chilly. Morning lows will be from 14 to 19, afternoon highs from 33 to 38.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny, breezy and mild. Morning lows will be from 17 to 22, afternoon highs from 49 to 54.
THURSDAY: Partly cloudy and cooler. Morning low from 23 to 28, afternoon highs from 44 to 49.
FRIDAY: Partly sunny, cool and dry. Morning lows from 19 to 24, afternoon highs from 39 to 44.
SATURDAY: Mostly cloudy and cold with afternoon/evening snow possible. Morning lows from 19 to 24, afternoon highs from 35 to 40.
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