Denver weather: Cooler and cloudier with possible rain, wet snow thisweekend

Cloudier, cooler weather returned to Colorado’s Front Range Friday and rain, possibly shifting to snow, was expected to fall in mountain foothills and metro Denver before a warmer day on Sunday.

The high temperature in Denver will be 44 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. Interstate 25 and other roads in the mountains and foothills could become slick, weather service forecasters said.

Rain likely will fall before sunset, then shift to snow as temperatures decrease to lows Friday night around freezing, weather service forecasters said. Less than an inch of snow, if any,  is expected to stick. On Saturday,  Denver residents likely will see more of the same, with a high temperature of 49 degrees before Sunday with sunnier skies and a high temperature of 66 degrees, forecasters said.

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