A snapshot of cold temperatures and then mild days
DENVER (KDVR) — The brief respite from the cold in Denver weather is short-lived as another shot of below-freezing temperatures is expected.
Friday will start with cloudy skies followed by some sunshine during the afternoon. According to the team at Pinpoint Weather, Colorado’s most accurate forecast, cold temperatures will quickly be replaced by a milder forecast at the end of the weekend.
Weather tonight: Very cold weather during the night
The weather is expected to be cold early Thursday evening, followed by light winds overnight. There will be clouds across the area and even some light snow showers remaining over the northern Colorado mountains.
Temperatures will be below freezing across the state. The coldest readings will slide into northeastern Colorado and metro Denver with lows expected in the single digits above and below zero.
Weather tomorrow: A colder day
Expect some clouds early Friday along the Front Range and in metro Denver followed by some sunshine during the afternoon. There will be some light snow showers over the northern mountains on Friday with little accumulation and no travel issues expected.
Temperatures will be milder over the mountains and points west than the below-freezing high temperatures expected in the eastern half of Colorado and in metro Denver.
Looking Ahead: A moderate and calm period of days
The weekend will start with cool temperatures in the upper 30s to lower 40s on Saturday under mostly cloudy skies.
This will be quickly followed by a milder Sunday with mainly sunny skies and afternoon readings reaching the low 50s.
There will be periods of light snow in the mountains over the weekend and sometimes next week.
Across the Front Range and in metro Denver, there will be passing clouds daily with more seasonable temperatures in the mid to upper 40s. There is a slight chance of a cold snap on Thursday, but otherwise the forecast looks calm and dry.