DENVER (KDVR) – Clouds will slowly increase overnight as temperatures drop to the lows of 20. There could be some sun on Friday morning as temperatures climb to the 40+ lows.
Snow arrives in the mountains after midnight and will slide down the foothills until morning. The Denver metro area may see some light flashes in the afternoon and early evening. Snow continued to slide south through the afternoon and evening along the Palmer Dividing Line.
Travel conditions are expected to be affected to the west and south of the metro area in the afternoon and early hours of the night. Because of this and the possibility of slippery roads during commuting times Friday evening is an Exact Weather Warning Day.
Expected totals for several areas:
Denver: Trace – 1 inch
Baseboard: 2-4 inches
Split Palmer: 1-3 inches
Clear skies over the weekend with seasonal temperatures in the low 40s on Saturday. Temperatures dropped to well below 50 with ample sunshine on Sunday.
Clouds accumulated throughout Monday and snowfall overnight. Snow opportunities for the mountains and Front Ranges should return early Tuesday and through midday. Sunshine and 40 will be back in forecast for the rest of the week.
https://kdvr.com/weather/weather-forecast/pinpoint-weather-alert-day-friday-pm-snow-south-and-west-of-denver/ COLORADO SNOW: Exact weather warning date: Friday afternoon, snow to the south and west of Denver