Denver weather: More snow and warmer temperatures on the way

Denver will be 27 degrees colder than average Tuesday as it awakes from an overnight snowstorm.

Downtown stayed above the record low of 13 degrees, treading all the way down to 17 degrees. It’s expected to reach 41 degrees later while the sun breaks through, according to the National Weather Service in Boulder. Tuesday night will drop to a low of 25 degrees.

Light snow is coming to the mountains again Wednesday. Accumulations could reach 4 inches in the high country, and the plains may see some light snow Wednesday afternoon, too. Denver will have a high of 41 degrees and a low of 28; any snow accumulation in the metro will be small.

The warming trend begins Thursday with a high of 52 degrees and a chance of thunderstorms in the afternoon. It will drop to freezing in the evening for possibly the last time in a long time.

A chance of showers and thunderstorms Friday won’t headline a nearly 60-degree day as it kicks off a weekend with clear 70-degree days.

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