DENVER — The snow moved out Tuesday, but temperatures remained on the cold side, with highs in the 30s around the metro-area. Skies were sunny, but a chilly wind added a bite to the cold.
Tonight, expect mostly clear to partly cloudy skies across the Front Range and plains. Low temperatures will be very cold again overnight, dropping to the low to mid-teens by morning.
Some icy areas will be likely tomorrow morning on roadways and sidewalks that did not dry out on Tuesday. Bundle up and tread carefully.
Tomorrow, another weak storm looks like it will bring our northern mountains around 1-4 inches of fresh snow, with a few flurries to less than an inch of snow for the plains. Highs in Denver will be in the upper 30s. Winds will be very gusty over northern Colorado tomorrow as well.
On Thursday and Friday, a slow warming trend returns. Temperatures will rebound to near normal for mid-February, with highs in the low to middle 40s and lows in the teens to low 20s.
The weather pattern looks a little snowy again on Saturday as another weak storm grazes the state. The snow should be light, flurries for Denver and just a few inches at most for the mountains.
Sunday will be windy with temperatures in the upper 40s to low 50s in Denver. Strong west winds can be expected in the mountains and foothills.
Another storm will approach Colorado on Monday with snow developing in the mountains. Clouds will increase in Denver with more snow expected by Tuesday.