The overnight snow is expected to wrap up by Monday afternoon, but it won’t be gone for long. There is a chance for snow nearly every day this week along the Front Range.
There’s a 80% chance of precipitation today, brining a mix between snow and rain, according to the National Weather Service in Boulder. Denver recorded 3 inches of fresh snow overnight. Little to no additional accumulation is expected before it wraps up by 4 p.m. Monday will see a high of 40 and a low of 25 degrees.
The chance for snow returns Tuesday when there is a 40% chance of snow after noon. The NWS reported Denver will have partly sunny skies and a high of 43 degrees. Then, the chance for snow will increase to 70% after 7 p.m. Tuesday. The low will be 28 degrees.
The snow should continue through noon Wednesday. The NWS predicts a high of 40 with a low of 23 degrees.
Thursday also has a slight chance of snow but forecasters expect mostly rain. It will be slightly warmer with a high of 50 degrees and a low of 29. The slight chance of snow showers continues Friday and Saturday, predicted to bring the Front Range some much-needed precipitation.
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