Cold night before sunshine, warmer days return

DENVER -- We will have lingering rain and snow showers Thursday evening across metro Denver. We are not expecting any accumulation from the remaining showers. However, in the foothills west of the city, an inch or two of additional snow could fall.

We have a frost advisory is in place for Denver, the Front Range and the northeastern Plains of Colorado. Temperatures will be just below freezing overnight as skies clear in some spots. So, if you have potted plants, you will need to bring them inside. Also, if you already have sensitive plants in the ground, you will need to cover them for the night.

We will have some sunshine back on Friday with only an isolated rain shower mainly south of downtown. Therefore, most of us will be dry tomorrow, but it will still be cool for this time of year with readings in the mid-50s.  We should be closer to the high 60s.

The forecast for the weekend and most of next week looks dry and warm with temperatures starting on Mother's Day in the mid- to high 70s. I only have a 10 percent chance for an isolated shower on Tuesday and Thursday.

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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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