How much snow will Denver get this weekend?

As the weekend gets closer, Denver’s chance of getting the first snow of the season looks to be more likely, and expected low temperatures continue to drop.

The cold front that will blow through the state over the weekend is expected to bring low temperatures in the teens and Denver’s first day entirely below freezing. The front is also expected to bring the first snow, but how much will Denver get?

Forecasters at the National Weather Service in Boulder said it’s still unclear exactly how much snow is possible this weekend, but they said most of the plains, including Denver, could get between one and three inches of snow throughout the weekend.

Localized areas could see up to six inches.

The chances for snow Saturday night have also increased to about an 80% likelihood.

Saturday’s high temperature is expected to be just 35 degrees; there is a 60% chance of snow after 10 a.m.

Into the evening when the snow chance increases, the temperature will also plummet to a low of 20 degrees.

Sunday will have less of a chance of snow, just 30% before noon, but temperatures will stay below freezing all day with a high of just 29 degrees.

Skies will clear into the afternoon, then Sunday night is expected to be the coldest part of the weekend, with a low of 14 degrees.

After Sunday, temperatures warm back up to the 40s Monday and Halloween Tuesday and then into the 50s by Wednesday.

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