By Steven Bonifazi / NewsBreak Denver
(DENVER, Colo.) Thursday's weather forecast predicts cold and snow in Denver until the early afternoon.
Steady snowfall is expected to drop 2 to 4 inches, with the heaviest snowfall expected to drop from 8 a.m. to noon. The heaviest snow is expected to drop in the I-25 corridor and foothills, falling at up to an inch per hour late Thursday morning.
Slick, snow-covered roads will make travel hazardous.
A Winter Weather Advisory was issued from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday due to expected travel impacts.
The National Weather Service in Boulder predicts snowfall will end before 3 p.m. Thursday's high temperature will be around 28, with northeast winds at 7 to 11 mph and gusts of up to 18 mph.
The storm system will move south of Denver throughout the afternoon. There is a 100% chance of precipitation.
The weather service predicts mostly clear skies in Denver Tuesday evening. Skies clear overnight. The low temperature in Denver Thursday will drop to about 12 degrees. Expect southern winds of 5 to 7 mph throughout the evening.
Friday in the Mile High City will be sunny, with temperatures reaching 45 degrees. Expect west to southwest winds of 7 to 10 mph with gusts potentially reaching 16 mph.
The weather service predicts mostly clear skies Friday evening, with a low temperature of about 22 degrees. Expect southwest winds of 10 mph and gusts of 16 mph.
The weekend will be dry and warmer, with temperatures expected to reach the low-50s. The weather service predicts the next chance of snow to take place Tuesday and Wednesday.