The Denver area will continue to see light snow and clouds Wednesday morning following Tuesday night’s dusting. However, expect a gradual change by this afternoon.
According to the National Weather Service in Boulder, any snow accumulation will be an inch or less, with the most occurring in the mountains. Otherwise, the region will have less moisture with the sun eventually coming out later in the day. The high will reach 39 degrees.
The Front Range will be clear of clouds and snow by Wednesday night with a low near 21 degrees. Wind speeds will be calm.
Thursday will mark the start of a warmup, with three days over sunny skies. Expect a high near 49 degrees with light and variable winds. Friday and Saturday are expected to be warmer with temperatures in the upper 50s and lower 60s, respectively. The next chance of snow and rain will come Sunday and Monday with highs in the lower 50s.
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