DENVER — Colorado remains on the edge of some chilly air over the Midwest. Some of this cold, moist air is again helping to produce some areas of fog across the eastern plains and parts of the Denver Metro area. Be aware that visibility may be limited in fog through early morning - especially north and east of Denver.
A weak storm system will spread a little snow over the mountains this afternoon and evening. Denver and the Front Range will be slightly cooler with highs in the low to mid-40s, but no snow.
Milder weather will return for Thursday with mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies and highs back in the mid-50s for Denver and the plains.
A change in the weather pattern will begin on Friday as a cold front slides southward from Canada. The morning will be dry, but some snow showers will develop in the afternoon.
Colder temperatures and snow will be possible for the mountains and the Denver area for the weekend. The trend continue toward much colder temperatures. Highs will be in the 30s on Saturday, but just in the teens to low 20s on Sunday.
The mountains can expect 6 to 12 inches of snow over the weekend into Monday. Denver and the eastern plains may pick up a few inches of snow Saturday afternoon through Sunday morning.
Cold conditions will continue into early next week.