DENVER -- A snow storm is headed to Colorado and will bring several inches of snow to the Metro area.
The storm arrives late Wednesday. High temperatures will only make it into the mid-40s before the front slides through.
Snow will develop behind the front during the evening hours and last through about midday on Thursday.
Temperatures will be in the single digits and low teens on Thursday morning. That means the snow will stick to the roads causing a slick morning commute.
Temperatures on Thursday will struggle in the 20s for highs.
The cold snap won't last long, though. Friday's temperatures should climb back into the upper 40s.
The weekend is looking great with highs in the upper 50s.