Rain, snow and even a few storms continue tonight and Saturday as the storm system slowly moves northeast across the state. The intensity of the rain and snow has dropped but we will still see rain showers and a rain-snow mix in Denver tonight into Saturday. The isolated storms are over the eastern plains. Hail is the main threat from the storms, mainly east of a line from Greeley to Limon. That is the same scenario for Saturday afternoon and evening.

Additional accumulation of snow in the Foothills and mountains should be in the 1-4″ range with higher totals possible in the San Juans. Lows tonight near 33 in Denver with highs Saturday around 50.

As the storm moves farther away from Colorado Saturday night into Sunday the northwest winds will pick up to reinforce the cool temperatures. Sunday’s highs should be around 49. There is a slight chance of a lingering shower Sunday and early Monday. By Tuesday temperatures should climb into the low 60s. There are hints of another rain and snow maker late next week.

Meteorologist Jennifer Broome