DENVER — First Alert Action Day!
There will be another slick and slow morning drive for Tuesday, thanks to snow and cold temperatures across the Front Range.
This system will bring around 1-3 inches of accumulating snow to the Denver metro area. Up to 5 inches of snow are likely in the adjacent foothills and south along the Palmer Divide. Morning low temperatures will drop to the teens for the Denver Metro area and the single digits in the mountains.
Tuesday will be partly cloudy and cold with highs in the low 30s.
Wednesday will stay cold and a new storm system will move into the state with more light snow likely in the afternoon through Thursday morning. This storm will also bring a few inches of snow and more slick roads.
Temperatures will stay cold through Wednesday and Thursday with highs in the upper 20s to middle 30s.
Milder and drier weather will return for Friday and Saturday as highs bounce back into the 50s!