DENVER — The low temperature on Wednesday at Denver International Airport hit minus 7 degrees, setting a record for the date.
Even with sunshine, temperatures only reached the low 20s in the afternoon.
Sunny skies helped start the melting process for the snow that fell on Monday and Tuesday even with temperatures below freezing.
Snow showers will spread across the mountains on Wednesday afternoon and evening and will continue through Thursday.
Totals ranging from 1-5 inches will add up in the mountains through Thursday night.
It is possible some of the mountain snow showers spill onto the Front Range late Wednesday night, bringing light snow to the foothills, Denver and eastern Plains.
A few light snow showers are also possible Thursday afternoon and evening. These are expected to be a low impact for Denver. Any accumulation will be light and will range from 0-1 inch.
Temperatures will stay in the 20s on Thursday for Denver and up and down the Front Range.
Another storm system moves into Colorado on Friday. It will bring another 1-5 inches of snow to the mountains with another 0-1 inch on the Front Range and Plains.
The system will be another low impact storm for Denver. Temperatures will be in the 30s on Friday.
A few light lingering snow showers will stay for Saturday morning before clearing out by Saturday night. Weekend temperatures will stay in the 30s with dry conditions on Sunday.
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