Denver weather: Old Man Winter lingers in northern Colorado with snow in the air.

Snow is in the air as Old Man Winter lingers in the metro area, along the Front Range and in the mountains.

In Denver there’s a 70% chance of precipitation Saturday, according to the National Weather Service forecast. Daytime snow accumulation will be less than a half inch and the high temperature will be about 39 degrees. On Saturday night snow is likely, with minimal accumulation — less than one inch — and a low temperature of 21 degrees.

Snow accumulation in the northern mountains through Saturday night will be in the 6- to 12-inch range above 10,000-feet elevation, with 3 to 6 inches along lower mountain elevations.

On Sunday in Denver the snow is expected to ramp up, with up to 3 inches of new accumulation possible as the high temperature tops out at about 31 degrees, according to the weather service.

Snow will be widespread Sunday, with up to 4 inches of accumulation in areas of the Eastern Plains and an additional 6 inches in mountain areas. Slick and snow-covered roads will bring winter driving conditions, and travelers should be prepared and take caution.

On Sunday night in Denver snow is likely before 11 p.m. and the overnight low temperature will be around 14 degrees. There’s a 20% chance of snow in the city after 11 a.m. Monday, skies will be partly sunny and the high temp will be about 32 degrees.

Another round of snow showers is expected Monday after the higher mountains along the Interstate 70 corridor.


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