A snow storm chugging towards the Denver metro area will arrive late Saturday night, forecasters say.
Sunshine on Friday and Saturday will give way to cloudy skies Saturday night when a wind change will bring snow flakes to Denver, according to the National Weather Service in Denver.
There’s a 20 percent chance of snow after 11 p.m. Saturday night.
Snow will become more widespread early on Veteran’s Day on Sunday, forecasters say. It could snow through most of the day.
Temperatures will only rise to about 31 degrees on Sunday.
Something for everyone in the weather forecast. Dry through Saturday, then cold and snow arrives for Sunday and Sunday night. Still cold Monday, but then warming to above normal temps by the middle of next week. #COwx pic.twitter.com/4aq2Nm0mWD
— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) November 9, 2018
It will be cold on Monday as well under partly sunny skies. The high temperature is expected to climb to 32 degrees, the NWS says.
A warm up is expected beginning Tuesday, when the high will shoot up to about 49 degrees.
Mild temperatures in the mid-50s are forecast for Wednesday and Thursday, forecasters say.
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