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DENVER (KDVR) — A spring snowstorm is on the way for St Patrick’s Day and some areas could see a foot of snow.

The Pinpoint Weather Team has issued a Pinpoint Weather Alert Day for Thursday.

Here are five things we know about the snowstorm so far:

  1. Rain showers will develop in Denver on Wednesday afternoon with highs in the 50s
  2. Temperatures will drop overnight Wednesday into Thursday and rain will change to snow. It will be a heavy mix of rain and snow in Denver during this storm
  3. Winter storm warnings are in effect for areas above 6,000 feet, which is where the heaviest snow will fall
  4. Snow will taper off Thursday afternoon
  5. Snow totals will vary from 1-16 inches depending on where you live. Here’s a look at the full breakdown:

Storm Totals by 5 p.m. Thursday:

  • Foothills: 8-15 inches
  • Palmer Divide: 3-10 inches
  • Denver: 1-3 inches
  • Western Suburbs: 5-10 inches
  • Southern Suburbs: 3-8 inches
  • Northern Colorado: 0-2 inches
  • Eastern Plains: 1-3 inches with a pocket of 3-8 inches near Limon.

As this storm gets closer, the Pinpoint Weather Team will get new data and provide updates several times a day.

Be sure to download the free Pinpoint Weather App to stay up-to-date with the newest data as it comes in.