TONIGHT: Low cloud cover will increase across the Front Range overnight with upslope flow. Some freezing fog may develop through the early morning hours. It will be chilly as lows fall to the 20s.
TOMORROW: Light wintry weather is possible for the start of the day as low clouds bring some isolated areas of freezing drizzle and light flurries. Impacts look minimal but do treat those bridges and overpasses cautiously in areas where there is fog. Skies begin clearing some later in the day but highs only warm to the 30s and 40s.
EXTENDED: That winter feel is only brief as temps begin to warm up Friday with west winds kicking in. Highs return to the 40s and 50s with partly sunny skies. Another storm system rolls in for the weekend but temps stay fairly mild. The weekend system is trending drier, but should we see enough moisture, it may be in the form of a rain/snow mix for some. Stay with Stormtracker 13 for the latest!