DENVER (KDVR) — The days of 60 and 70 degree temperatures will take a break for quite awhile as we begin to see a gradual increase in the weather’s impact on our area and a peak of impact this weekend.
This weekend is the now-famous storm that remains on track to hit the area with significant snowfall from Saturday through Monday morning.
In the meantime, areas of rain and snow will increase around the state and will be possible in Denver Tuesday night through Thursday.
Some of us in the metro area, up to Fort Collins, may see some accumulating snowfall of a couple to several inches nearer the foothills overnight into Wednesday morning. This is not the main storm system, so please don’t confuse the two.
For Wednesday and Thursday, overall, along with some isolated showers will be some wind and cooler temperatures.
By Friday, impacts on daily lives will increase quickly with heavier snowfall and colder temperatures.
By Saturday and Sunday, if the storm remains on track, we will be hunkered down.
Any plans you have Friday through Sunday may have to be canceled.