COLORADO, USA — FORECAST BY METEOROLOGIST: Danielle Grant
TODAY AT A GLANCE: It'll be chilly and breezy for your Saturday! Highs will only reach into the upper 30s, with a mix of sun and clouds throughout the day. A couple of flakes are possible as a storm system moves through, but most of the action will be in the mountains.
Winter Weather Advisories have been posted for the mountains for 3-6" of snow. There's a 20% chance of foothills snow showers during the afternoon when the cold front moves across Colorado.
A new month begins Monday, along with a new weather pattern. It'll be mostly sunny with highs in the 50s for the first week of March, which is one of our snowiest months. Midweek temps will be close to 60 degrees!
SATURDAY: Partly cloudy and breezy with a slight chance for snow developing late in the evening. Afternoon highs from 35 to 40.
SUNDAY: Mostly sunny and chilly. Morning lows from 10 to 15, afternoon highs from 36 to 41.
MONDAY: Mostly sunny and breezy. Morning lows from 13 to 18, afternoon highs from 48 to 53.
TUESDAY: Mostly sunny and mild. Morning lows from 20 to 25, afternoon highs from 53 to 58.
WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy and warmer. Morning lows from 23 to 28, afternoon highs from 57 to 62.
THURSDAY: Partly sunny and mild. Morning lows from 24 to 29, afternoon highs from 51 to 56.
FRIDAY: Mostly sunny, windy and dry. Morning lows from 24 to 29, afternoon highs from 55 to 60.
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