DENVER – A cold front arrived from the north along the Front Range and it brought light snow to parts of metro Denver Thursday night.
“A cold front will slide in Thursday night increasing the wind, dropping the temperatures and bringing a slight chance of snow to Denver,” Chief Meteorologist Dave Fraser said. “That snow will trickle into early Friday morning before ending.”
Accumulation will be very light — likely less than a half inch.
Temperatures were expected drop into the 30s Friday and Saturday, with another round of light snow possible late Saturday.
“Sunshine and milder 40s will return for the beginning of next week making holiday travel a breeze in Colorado,” Fraser says.
We’re still tracking a possibility of light snow Christmas morning.