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Cold front to bring unsettled weather for start of Thornton’s weekend

Friday, February 9th, 2018 5:03am MST

Quite a bit of a change in our weather. A cold front moved through last night and that will offer up much colder temps and bring chances for precipitation today and Saturday.

For today, areas of dense fog start things of and a few spots of freezing drizzle may be seen in the morning. The bulk of the daytime should remain dry then this evening some drizzle and a few flakes of snow may be seen. Temperatures today will be chilly with highs in the mid-30s under mostly cloudy skies.

Overnight tonight we may see some freezing drizzle, a bit of snow but with little accumulation. Temperatures are going to get quite cold with lows down well into the teens.

Saturday is when we expect moisture to increase and give us our best chance for snow. The best opportunity comes tomorrow afternoon with things ending in the late evening. Overall, we could see a couple of inches of the white stuff. Highs tomorrow will only be in the low to mid-20s with cloudy skies.

As the system moves out Saturday night, skies will begin to clear and that will lead to very cold temps. Lows into Sunday morning are expected to hit the single digits.

The good news is that Sunday sees things start to turn around. There will be plenty of sun and temperatures should rebound nicely to around the 40 degree mark.

Stay safe, stay warm!


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