DENVER (KDVR) – A weak system passes today with light snow showers in the mountains and a chance of rain showers across the subway. Temperatures remain seasonal all over the state.
Snow will fall in the mountains during the day with light accumulation for most, higher totals north of Rabbit Ears Pass.
Areas south of downtown across the Palmer Divide could see a few snow showers with little or no accumulation. For the metro and the east, we will have increasing clouds and a few rain showers in the late afternoon and early evening.
Sunday will be sunny and dry with seasonal temperatures in the low 50s.
We stay sunny and dry with warmer 60s returning to your Monday and Tuesday.
We track another storm system and associated cold front from Wednesday to Thanksgiving Day. This system will bring snow back to the Colorado mountains, so keep that in mind if travel plans take you across the high country.
In Denver, we expect rain showers late Wednesday that may change to snow overnight toward early Thursday before ending. Right now, we do not anticipate accumulation for the metro area other than some light grasslands south of the city.
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