COLORADO, USA — Forecast by Meteorologist: Marty Coniglio
TUESDAY: Partly sunny, calm and hazy. Morning lows from 16-21°, afternoon highs from 34-39°.
AIR QUALITY: Light wind will allow pollution to build in the air over the Front Range today so wood burning restrictions are in effect.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy with areas of light snow picking up after 1 p.m., lasting through the evening. Morning lows from 13-17°, afternoon highs from 26-31°.
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON SNOW: Snow will last from around 1 p.m. Wednesday afternoon through 5 a.m. Thursday. Most of the Denver metro area is expected to get 1-2 inches, with 1-3 inches in the far western suburbs. For foothills areas 1-4 inches is the forecast by Thursday morning.
THURSDAY: Light snow before 6 a.m., sunny skies for most of the day. Morning lows from 8-13°, afternoon highs from 33-39°.
FRIDAY: Sunny and calm. Morning lows from 18-23°, afternoon highs from 53-58°.
SATURDAY: High clouds, calm and mild.Morning lows from 23-28°, afternoon highs from 53-58°.
SUNDAY: Cooler and cloudy with a chance for rain and snow showers. Morning lows from 25-30°, afternoon highs from 45-50°.
MONDAY: Partly cloudy and windy with westerly gusts up to 30 mph. Morning lows from 23-29°, afternoon highs from 46-50°.
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