COLORADO, USA — FORECAST BY METEOROLOGIST: Danielle Grant
TODAY AT A GLANCE: The relentless and fierce winds are finally simmering down across the state. It'll be calm overnight along the Eastern Plains however light snow makes a comeback to Colorado's mountains.
The next storm will dive into the northern mountains overnight into Saturday morning bringing the heaviest snow to Steamboat Springs, Yampa Valley and Rabbit Ears Pass. Right now, it looks like 2 to 4 inches in those locations with just a couple of inches along the I-70 mountain corridor by Saturday evening.
This system won't bring much accumulating snow to Metro Denver. We'll see a few Saturday morning flurries with clearing skies by the early afternoon.
Temperatures will stay seasonal in the 40s over the weekend.
Colorado's next storm will move in Monday afternoon and linger into Tuesday morning. Keep those fingers crossed for some accumulating snow in Denver. We need it!
SATURDAY: Cloudy with a few early morning flurries. Gradual clearing and breezy in the afternoon. Morning lows from 23 to 28, afternoon highs from 40 to 45.
SUNDAY: Partly sunny, calm and seasonal. Morning lows from 20 to 25, afternoon highs from 44 to 49.
MONDAY: Partly cloudy with a chance for light snow in the afternoon and evening. Morning lows will be from 25 to 30, afternoon highs from 38 to 43.
TUESDAY: Early morning flurries becoming partly cloudy in the afternoon. Breezy and chilly. Morning lows will be from 17 to 22, afternoon highs from 33 to 38.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny and mild. Morning lows will be from 18 to 23, afternoon highs from 46 to 51.
THURSDAY: Partly cloudy and cooler. Morning low from 19 to 24, afternoon highs from 35 to 40.
FRIDAY: Partly sunny, cool and dry. Morning lows from 15 to 20, afternoon highs from 37 to 42.
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