DENVER -- Two different storm systems are lined-up for the mountains of Colorado.
The first storm has already begun with snow falling this morning. That snow ends on Thursday with a lull Thursday night into Friday morning before the second storm arrives.
Today expect morning fog across the Front Range then partly cloudy.
A snow shower is possible early in Northern Colorado. Then tonight I'm watching for a chance of snow/ice/fog across the Front Range between 8 p.m. and midnight with highs around 46 degrees.
The mountains can expect 3-8 inches of snow today/tonight with another 3-8 inches overnight through Thursday. Mild highs in the 30s and 40s.
Storm #2 delivers another 3-12 inches Friday-Saturday. Snow tapers-off by lunch Saturday.
That puts grand totals at 1-2 feet by Saturday afternoon in the mountains.
Mild highs in Denver, Boulder and Fort Collins on Thursday and Friday in the mid 50s.
I'm forecasting a chance of snow late Friday into Saturday morning. 1 inch of accumulation possible. Highs on Saturday in the 40s.
Sunday looks quieter, sunnier and warmer in the mid to upper 40s.
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