DENVER -- The second storm system moves in Thursday. It's the colder of the systems. Snow levels were high Wednesday but will fall Thursday.
A Pinpoint Weather Alert Day has been issued for Denver and the Front Range.
Watch for freezing drizzle and freezing fog in the morning across the Front Range, then light snow in the afternoon through the commute. Expect up to 1 inch of snow accumulation.
The mountains can expect mostly snow (temperatures are colder now) on Thursday, into the evening and Friday before ending Friday night.
There will be 3-6 inches of new snow in the northern mountains, 4-8 inches in the central mountains and 6-12 inches in West Elks near Aspen, running down through Crested Butte into the northern San Juans.
Saturday and Sunday will be dry and sunny with a high of 60 degrees for Denver.
The next storm system arrives Monday and Tuesday with colder temperatures and light snow accumulations. The most impacted rush hour appears to be Tuesday morning.
There are one to two other storm systems lined up between Thanksgiving, Black Friday and the holiday weekend.
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