DENVER (KDVR) — Denver’s weather will turn overnight and a Pinpoint Weather Alert Day for snow has been issued for Thursday morning.

Denver itself will not see snow accumulation, but road conditions could vary across the area and especially at higher elevations like the Palmer Divide and the foothills.

Weather tonight: Temperatures drop below freezing

Light snow will begin Wednesday night beginning in the mountains and moving east. This could begin affecting road conditions as temperatures drop and roads get wet.

Weather tomorrow: Light snow lingers into Thanksgiving

Overnight lows are cool in the middle 20s as light snow will be scattered across the Denver area.

Chances for snow overnight and early Thanksgiving Day morning.

South metro Denver could see a dusting to an inch of accumulation. The Foothills and Palmer Divide could see 1-3 inches. Some mountain towns could see 1-5 inches from this system.

Forecasted snowfall totals through Thanksgiving morning.

Looking ahead: A nicer weekend

Sunshine builds back in for the afternoon on Thanksgiving Day with a light breeze sticking around. Temperatures will be cooler, only making it to the upper 30s.

Thanksgiving Day forecast.

Friday will be comfortable with seasonal highs and sunny skies. Saturday is even warmer with highs reaching the upper 50s with abundant sunshine. Sunday and Monday are back to more seasonal highs near the 50 degree mark with extra clouds on Monday.

Pinpoint Weather 7-day forecast.

Next Tuesday is our next best chance for snow in Colorado. Highs will be in the mid-40s with cloudy skies and snow possible through the day.