DENVER -- Rain will continue to fall into the afternoon across the Front Range on Thursday before getting lighter and finally ending in the evening.
Rain could mix with snow in Denver as temperatures hover in the 30s.
One inch of snow accumulation is possible in Parker, Castle Rock and Monument, with 3 inches in Genesee, Evergreen, Floyd Hill, Idaho Springs, Nederland, Estes Park and Red Feather Lakes.
In the higher country, 6 inches could fall at Loveland Pass, Winter Park and Rocky Mountain National Park.
An additional one-half inch of rainfall is likely across the Interstate 25 corridor on Thursday.
As the storm moves out, it will be drier and sunny for Friday.
The weekend will start sunny on Saturday morning before skies turn partly cloudy.
Then there will be a more spring-like pattern with morning sun and 20 percent to 30 percent chances for afternoon thunderstorms from Sunday through Wednesday.
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