By Lauren Whitney
DENVER (CBS4) – After setting a record low with -7° in Denver Wednesday morning, high temperatures climbed into the low 20s during the afternoon.
Skies will stay dry in Denver on Wednesday night, but we will see more mountain snow tonight through Thursday. Most of the snow will be found in the southern mountains including the San Juan’s and the Sangre de Cristo’s. The central high country including the mountains of Summit County have the best chance for snow Wednesday night into Thursday morning when a few inches of accumulation is likely.
We have a few Winter Weather Advisories and a Winter Storm Warning for southwestern Colorado through Thursday evening. Some areas could see 5 to 1o inches of snow in that area.
Denver may see some light snow later in the afternoon, but we aren’t expecting much accumulation. We do stay cold, though. Highs will stay below freezing once again.
We’ll still be cool on Friday, but we will get above freezing! There is still a slight chance for a little snow on Friday evening, but we’ll see more sunshine on Saturday. Temperatures will be warmer this weekend. We’ll finally get back to the 40s! It will seem like a heat wave!