KUSA – A red flag warning for extreme fire danger is in effect from until 6 p.m. on Thursday.
Rain, thundershowers this evening will change over to snow for Friday morning.
Wind chill readings in the low 20s, powerful northerly winds and wet snow will affect the Front Range Friday morning.
Because this is such a warm system, there is a lot of melting expected with this snow after it lands. Here is our latest snow forecast, please check back often for updates.
- Northeastern Metro Denver: 1 to 3 inches
- Central-West metro Denver: 2 to 5 inches
- Fort Collins-Loveland-Greeley: Trace to 1 inch
- Northern Foothills: 4 to 8 inches
- Southern Foothills: 8 to 16 inches
***Blizzard conditions are possible from Castle Rock to the south and Watkins to the east with 65 mph winds and 6 to 12 inches of snow.
Skies will be clearing Friday afternoon.