By Ed Greene
DENVER (CBS4) – An upper level storm system spinning over Arizona will continue to pump moisture into our home state overnight and into Thursday. Into Wednesday evening, simply not much moisture in Denver except for just drizzle or sprinkles. Our high for the day stayed on the cool side with only 55 at the airport and 58 downtown.
As night falls we could see rain and showers increase and be heavy at times right into rush hour on Thursday morning. There is snow in the Sangre de Cristo and Wet Mountains. along with the Spanish Peaks and Peak. As a result a Winter Storm Warning is out for those areas until Noon Thursday for up to 16 inches of snow!
As Thursday rolls on the showers will gradually end – expect another cool high in the low 60s. Clouds will clear out late Thursday into Friday with sunny skies the result. Warmer, too. Look for the high on Friday to be in the upper 70s, then into the low 80s for a warm and dry Saturday. Sunday – Mother’s Day – should be fair and warm with a high right around 80 degrees. Then we’ll start next week on a similar note: partly sunny with a high in the mid to upper 70s.
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