DENVER — Colder weather is now settling in across Colorado and we are going to see a series of storms roll through the region over the next five days.
Light snow will develop along the Front Range this evening and we could see some slick conditions through early Friday.
Temperatures will be about 10 degrees colder than average for early January, with high temperatures in the mid to upper 30s through the weekend and even colder early next week.
Totals between Thursday afternoon and early Saturday will likely be around 1 inch for the Denver metro area, with some of the heavier totals south along the Palmer Divide. Lighter snow will fall to the north near Fort Collins and Greeley.
Heavier snow can be expected over central and southern Colorado with 5 to 10 inches of snow possible through Friday morning.
Skies will clear for Saturday as the first storm spins off to the southeast of Colorado, but temperatures will remain chilly with highs in the 30s for lower elevations and upper 20s in the mountains.
A stronger storm system and colder air will impact the mountains and the plains, starting Sunday afternoon and continuing into next Monday. This storm will also impact areas south of Denver with the heaviest snow, but the Denver Metro could get 1 to 3 inches of snow.
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