DENVER (KDVR) — A cold entrance is generating its way via Colorado Tuesday evening bringing mountain snowfall, gusty winds, and cool temperatures.
Higher temperatures guiding the entrance will drop into the mid 40s in Denver on Wednesday. The mountains will see scattered snow showers through the day ending late Wednesday evening. Totals will variety from 1 to 4 inches.
Elements of the Palmer Divide and Pikes Peak Area could see a couple of light-weight isolated snow showers Wednesday afternoon and evening. If these locations see accumulation, it is predicted to be significantly less than an inch.
It is most likely that metro Denver and the northern Entrance Selection will pass up out on observing snowfall from this storm.
Winds will be breezy throughout Wednesday with gusts up to 30 mph.
Dry weather will return statewide on Thanksgiving with a significant temperature in the small 50s. There will be sunshine and significantly less wind than Wednesday.
The relaxation of the week will be dry and warm with afternoon higher temperatures in the 50s and 60s.