DENVER — There will be near-record warmth on Thursday and Friday in Denver before a snowstorm moves in for the weekend.
High temperatures will reach 61 on Thursday and 66 on Friday with mostly sunny skies and dry conditions.
The record on Thursday is 65 degrees and 68 degrees on Friday.
High temperatures will cool to the 40s on Saturday as the storm system moves into the mountains.
Snow will move into the mountains on Saturday afternoon and will reach the Front Range late Saturday into Sunday morning.
Snow looks to move out Sunday afternoon or evening.
This storm will most likely make travel more difficult in the mountains and along the Front Range.
It is possible there will be see accumulation in Denver. The mountains could see up to a foot of snow in some areas.
It is still too far out to know exact totals and timing for the Front Range, mountains and Plains.
Temperatures will cool to the 20s on Sunday. Monday will be dry with highs back in the 30s.
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