Thornton, Colorado, USA
UpdatedThu, 08-Jun-2023 3:15pm MDT 


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Cool and blustery conditions for Valentine’s Day, snow arrives tonight

Tuesday, February 14th, 2023 5:12am MDT

The daytime hours today will be a bit of a transition from the warmth of recent days to the cold and snow set to arrive tonight. Just when you were seeing grass in your yard, it is set to disappear again.

Today starts out nice enough and we will have mostly sunny skies for most of the day. Winds will initially be light but then become quite blustery by the late morning continuing through tomorrow. Highs today will top out in the mid-40s.

Cloud cover will increase this afternoon as the storm system approaches. Some flurries may be seen as early as 5:00pm. Around midnight, snowfall will ramp up and become more widespread. It will then continue through tomorrow morning before tapering off in the afternoon, coming to an end tomorrow evening.

Overnight lows tonight will be in the teens.

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for the period from midnight tonight to midnight tomorrow night. They are calling for from 3 to 7 inches for the Denver metro area.

Thornton is likely to be at the lower end of the totals with higher amounts to our south. We are currently thinking 3 to 5 inches for us.

Certainly, travel overnight and tomorrow morning’s commute may be a bit rough so plan accordingly.

More on our Winter Weather Briefing Page.


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