DENVER -- So much for spring weather. A cold air mass moves into the region Friday night with a couple of chances at snow overnight and again Saturday afternoon.
Be aware of potential slick spots especially on bridges and overpasses in metro Denver and along the Front Range.
The weather changes late Friday night when a wave of snow will come down from Fort Collins. The heaviest accumulation will be in the northern and central mountains.
We don't expect much accumulation in the Metro area. Saturday will be cold with highs only in the 30s. In the afternoon a second wave of snow will move through with snow totals between 3 and 6 inches in the northern foothills.
We are looking at closer to 1 inch of snow for the metro area. Accumulations should mainly be on grassy and exposed surfaces. Bridges and overpasses could get slick late Friday, Saturday morning and Saturday night.
Sunday should see a little warm up with the return of sunshine. Sunday's highs should be near 46. A fast-moving system should sweep through Monday night for a few light snow showers. Highs climb back up to near 60 by Wednesday.AlertMe