DENVER — A cold Friday is on tap. for Denver and the Front Range.
High temperatures will only reach about 23 degrees in Denver, Boulder and Fort Collins. There will be partly to mostly cloudy skies with a 20 percent chance of evening commute snow.
Overnight lows drop into the single digits into Saturday morning. Below-zero temperatures are likely in the mountains.
In the mountains on Friday, expect increasing clouds with a 50 percent chance of snow across the Interstate 70 corridor. Lower chances for the northern mountains.
The best chance of snow with 1-6 inches of accumulation occurs in the southern mountains. Highs on Friday will only be in the single digits and low teens.
Saturday looks sunny and 35 in Denver and across the Front Range.
On Sunday, clouds increase but temperatures stay mild at 47 degrees. A storm system arrives in the mountains in the afternoon with snow and colder temperatures.
The last Broncos game of the year will be dry with partly to mostly cloudy skies, temperatures in the 40s and light wind.
Snow hits Denver for the Monday morning commute, then continues on and off during the day. Light accumulation.
Highs will only reach the 20s. Overnight lows will be in the single digits near zero into New Year’s Day morning.
The new year starts cold and mostly dry.
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