Denver and many surrounding areas began Friday under a Winter Weather Advisory that lasts until 9 a.m.
Snow will taper off as the advisory expires and Denver reaches a high of 36 degrees Friday, according to the National Weather Service in Boulder. There’s a 70% chance for more precipitation, and up to another inch could fall. The metro area and plains will dry out during the afternoon, but a stray shower could redevelop. The high country will continue with snowstorms all day, increasing in the afternoon as up to a half-foot could call in eastern Summit and western Park counties. Denver will chill to 27 degrees overnight, with another half-inch of snow possible.
It will start off cool with clouds on Saturday, eventually clearing and warming to 44 degrees. Temperatures will drop to 25 degrees overnight.
Sunday will be sunny and mild, with a high of 56 degrees and a low of 31.
Snow is likely Monday, with a better chance of precipitation later in the day and into the evening. Temperatures may finally return to averages late next week.
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