Heavy snow, cold coming Friday night, Saturday

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NOTE: Even a shift in timing by a few hours could have a big impact on the high temperature forecast for Saturday, so stay tuned for any adjustments.

Otherwise, look for additional rounds of showers and storms through Sunday morning before the cold front blasts through and the heavy rain exits east. Power outages are possible in some areas if tree branches, weighed down by heavy snow, break and fall on power lines.

Valley floors were expected to receive light accumulations on grassy surfaces, the NWS said, with one to three inches on mountain benches.

Friday the 13th was certainly not an unlucky day weather-wise, as the warmest air of the year so far rode a brisk southwest wind into the area over the last 24 hours. The chilliest morning looks to be Tuesday with lower 40s otherwise nighttime temperatures will mainly be in the 50s. High pressure will return Tuesday and Wednesday. The majority of the snow should melt off Sunday into Monday as high temperatures climb back into the 50s and 60s.

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This storm will start to taper off Friday but some morning snow showers are possible.

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The record high for Thursday in Denver is 79 degrees set in 1976. We see a bit more sunshine by Wednesday as temperatures slowly rebound to near 60 with a stray shower chance both Wednesday and Thursday. Highs will remain above normal with only a slight chance for rain late in the day.

We could catch a few sunny breaks later in the day as clouds begin to move out after we make it up to an afternoon high in mid-positive single digits with south-southeasterly winds gusting up to 50 km/h at times.

Zero visibility is possible with thick fog expected to develop across the region Sunday morning.

Sunday night: Mostly clear, with a low around 22.

Tue: High: 85 Low: 47 Mostly sunny and breezy.

Snow, possibly mixed with rain and freezing rain, is likely Saturday night.

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