DENVER — It's going to be gorgeous across the Denver metro area through the weekend. Temperatures for the Front Range will get even warmer, with plenty of melting on the side streets.
Highs will be in the 50s this afternoon and will stay warm through Sunday. Expect mid to upper 50s and even some readings around 60 degrees on Saturday and Sunday.
Some high clouds will drift through the region, but no precipitation is expected through Saturday morning anywhere across Colorado.
A quick-moving storm system will pass across Colorado Saturday night and Sunday with 4-8 inches of snow for the mountains. We'll likely just see an increase in clouds across the plains, but stay tuned for any changes!
It looks like our next snow maker for the plains will move in on Tuesday. We'll see cooler afternoon highs on Monday, with a chance of snow starting late Tuesday. Quite a bit colder and more February-like by the middle of next week.
The recent cold wave in the Midwest does not mean the our world is not experiencing global warming due to the increase in CO2. This is simply a regional cold event. If you want to learn more about what is happening, read this essay on Denver7's Meteorologist Mike Nelson's Facebook page or scroll to the bottom of this page.
The weather early next week will turn colder with snow likely in the mountains Monday through Tuesday. There will be a chance for snow in Denver late Tuesday and Wednesday.