A storm system is swirling over southern Colorado and northern New Mexico and will bring 4 to 8 inches of very welcome snow to those areas through Thursday morning. Denver and the northeast plains will be on the fringe of this storm and only get a dusting of snow.
Thursday will be cool, but dry as the storm system moves to the southeast of Colorado. Highs will be in the 40s. Friday will be sunny and milder with low 50s expected.
Warmer and drier weather will settle in by the end of the week with mid to upper 50s on Saturday and highs near 60 degrees on Sunday. The warm weather will linger through next Wednesday.
Late next week into the days before Christmas, the weather pattern should turn colder and wetter once again. Watch for our FREE Travel Weather Hotline next Monday and Tuesday. Customized travel forecasts from meteorologists from Metro State and the University of Northern Colorado.
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