DENVER (KDVR) — Light snow is possible late Monday night and early into Tuesday in the Denver weather forecast with little to no accumulation in the metro, but more snow is in the forecast ahead. Thursday is a Pinpoint Weather Alert Day.
Weather tonight: Light snow and chilly
Extra clouds stick around Denver on Monday with chilly highs in the middle 30s.
Clouds continue to increase past sunset Monday evening with light snow possible after 10 p.m. Little to no accumulation is expected through the metro area.
The snow will wrap up early Tuesday morning as temperatures dip to the upper teens.
Looking ahead: Below average then Thursday snow
The Pinpoint Weather team is forecasting a chilly November week with highs staying below 50 degrees. Say hello to winter as you grab those jackets and gloves.
Tuesday has slow-clearing skies with cooler highs in the middle 30s.
Wednesday has more sunshine in the afternoon, helping highs reach the lower 40s. Thursday is back to chilly with highs in the middle 30s and increasing clouds.
Snow is possible Thursday and Friday with maybe an inch of accumulation possible in the metro area. The northern foothills have a better chance of a few more inches of snow.
Pinpoint Weather Meteorologist Dave Fraser said snow will start late Thursday morning and move north to south, arriving in metro Denver for the evening drive.
Fraser said that because of the prolonged cold this week snow will stick to the roads and cause slick conditions after work Thursday.
Friday’s highs are even colder in the upper 20s with slow-clearing skies.
Sunshine is back for the weekend with a slow warmup. Highs on Saturday will be in the middle 30s and then the upper 40s on Sunday afternoon.