Temps break freezing today; Next storm system arrives Friday with snow

DENVER -- Expect some fog this morning then turning sunny with highs around 35.  We'll break freezing for the first time in over 48 hours.

The mountains can expect lingering snow showers over the high peaks with about an inch of additional snow accumulation today.  Skies will be sunny in the valleys with gusty wind over the divide up to 65mph.

The next storm system hits the mountains on Thursday then the Front Range on Friday.  Snow trickles into Saturday morning.

2-4 inches of snow accumulation in the central and northern mountains on Thursday and another 2-4 inches on Friday.  Much heavier accumulations in the southern mountains where 2 feet is possible over Wolf Creek Pass.

1-2 inches possible across the Front Range between Friday and Saturday morning.  This includes Denver, Boulder, Aurora, Parker, Castle Rock, Highlands Ranch, Golden, Loveland, Longmont and Fort Collins.

Snow totals by Friday night. Meteorologist Chris Tomer.

Colder highs on Friday and Saturday in the 20s and 30s.

Dry and sunny on Sunday.

Next week appears mild.

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We're tracking weather today on FOX31 Denver and Channel 2 News - and when conditions are bad we send out the Weather Beast.

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