Thornton, Colorado, USA
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Thornton’s weekend weather starts warm but will trend colder Saturday and Sunday

Friday, February 15th, 2019 5:06am MDT

We will rebound nicely today from yesterday’s chilly afternoon. However, a couple of cold fronts will be making things colder for the balance of the weekend.

Today starts off with a few clouds but those should dissipate and leave us with sunny skies for much of the day. Downslope flow will aid in warming us into the low 50s. Tonight, partly cloudy skies will be above with lows to the low 20s.

Saturday will start out mostly clear but soon see an increase in cloud cover as the first of two weekend cold fronts arrives. Winds will become breezy, particularly in the afternoon and evening. Highs tomorrow will be the in the low 40s. Saturday night into Sunday morning, partly cloudy skies will be above with lows in the mid-teens.

A second cold front arrives Sunday and with it colder temperatures arrive with a slight chance for snow. Highs will only be near the freezing mark under partly sunny skies. The afternoon may bring a bit of light snow.

Looking beyond, as we discussed earlier this week, we are in store for an extended period of below normal temperatures lasting well into next week. Precipitation doesn’t look to be anything extraordinary but there will be a couple chances.


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