Reporting Jeff Todd
DENVER (CBS) - We had more clouds and little sunshine on Thursday and that kept the high temperature in the lower 60s – about 10 degrees warmer than yesterday. Now the forecast changes once again – back to rain and snow and cooler temperatures. Rain showers will develop on Friday as temperatures cool into the lower 40s. As the day goes on and cooler air moves in, especially after the sun goes down, the rain changes over to snow. It’s won’t be much – like the last storm – about an inch or two – a little more south and west into the foothills. We do have a Winter Weather Advisory out from 11pm tonight until 8pm Friday, for portions of the northern and central mountains for up to a foot of snow. A Winter Storm Watch is out from 8pm Friday through Noon Saturday, for the Sangre de Cristo Mountains right down into Las Animas County for 6 to 8 inches of snow.
In Denver, skies become partly cloudy on Saturday with a high in the upper 40s. Sunny and mild weather graces our area with a high in the mid to upper 60s for both Sunday and Monday under sunny to partly sunny skies. Our next chance for rain and snow then comes Tuesday with highs falling back into the 40s.