Soupy, swirling fog is giving Denver an eery feel during the rush-hour commute early Wednesday morning.
The National Weather Service in Boulder issued a dense fog advisory for the Denver metro area before 9 a.m.
Cloudy skies will give way to sunshine as temperatures warm up to a high of about 42 degrees late Wednesday morning, the NWS says.
Soft southwesterly breezes between 7 and 9 mph will help make Thursday the warmest day of the week, with a high of around 53 degrees. The low will be around 29 degrees.
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It could rain and snow on Friday, the first day of March.
The high temperature will be around 47 degrees. The chance for snow will increase Friday night, the NWS says.
There’s also a chance for snow on Saturday when temperatures aren’t expected to rise above freezing. Snow is likely Saturday night.
It’s possible that snow will continue to fall until 11 a.m. on a frigid Sunday. The high temperature will be around 16 degrees, the NWS says.
Temperatures will remain below freezing until Tuesday when the high will be right at 32 degrees, forecasters say.