Denver weather: Fast-moving storm brings snow across Colorado Friday

Denver will cool down on Friday and maybe get some snow, but the blustery weather won’t last long as 50-degree highs are in the forecast just a few days from now.

According to the National Weather Service in Boulder, a weak and fast-moving storm system will bring light snow to the mountains on Friday and a chance of snow over the plains in the afternoon and evening. The hills could get up to four inches of accumulation, while the plains–including Denver—shouldn’t expect any accumulation.

Denver has a 50% chance of precipitation on Friday, with the best shot between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. The high will reach 39 degrees under increasing clouds before temperatures drop into the 30s for the rest of the day. Winds could gust to 25 mph downtown. Friday night temperatures will dip to 15 degrees.

Dry weather moves back into Denver Saturday and will hang around for a while. There’s a week storm system expected next week, but it’s likely only to impact the mountains.

Saturday’s temperature downtown will reach 44 degrees under sunny skies. The low will dip to 26 degrees.

Denver will reach a sunny 52 degrees on Sunday, then dip to 23 degrees.

Next week will start with temperatures in the 50s.

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