The snowstorm that brought more than seven inches of powder to Boulder and 11 to Larkspur will end Thursday morning.
After a week of brutal cold, with lows bottoming out at temperatures not seen in years, Denver was hit with a storm overnight.
The west side of the metro area picked up good snow totals, but the sun coming out later today will start to melting it. According to the National Weather Service, the high in Denver will be 34 degrees under sunny skies. The low will drop to 11 degrees overnight.
There will be a few lingering snow showers over the higher west-facing mountains slopes this afternoon, and winds up to 50 mph will develop late tonight in the Front Range mountains and higher foothills.
Denver will finally reach its seasonal average of the mid-40s on Friday, with a high of 45. The mostly cloudy morning will clear for sun later in the day before the low drops to 15 degrees.
On Saturday, there will be a 30% chance of snow after noon. The mostly sunny day will have a high around 45. The possibility of snow lasts until midnight, with a low around 18. There is no projection on snow totals yet.
Sunday will be 41 and sunny with a low of 23 degrees.
Next week will start with temperatures in the 50s.
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