Snow could start falling Friday night and by Sunday drop up to 8 inches of snow along the Front Range, while the mountains could get up to a foot of new snow, forecasters say.
Before the storm is over on Sunday, Denver could get up to 6 inches of new snow, according to the National Weather Service in Boulder.
Vail is expected to receive a foot of new snow, while Boulder could get 9 inches of snow, the NWS says.
Snow flurries could start falling Friday night in Denver. The high temperature will be around 49 degrees.
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Snow is likely on Saturday, mainly after 2 p.m. Between 2 and 4 inches of snow could fall on Saturday in Denver.
Temperatures will plummet to around 5 degrees. Wind chill values could fall to minus-8 degrees, the weather service says.
Snow is expected to continue through Sunday in Denver. The high temperature will be 14 degrees and the low early Monday morning will be around 0 degrees, the NWS says.
A gradual warmup is expected next week with temperatures rising to 20 on Monday, 36 on Tuesday, 46 on Wednesday and 51 by Thursday.