Weather should dry out for weekend |

Weather should dry out for weekend

A steady rain in northeastern Colorado and snow in the mountains should wind down this afternoon or tonight, starting a slight drying trend for the weekend.

The high temperature in Denver today should climb to about 52 degrees under mostly cloudy skies and there is a 10 percent chance for showers tonight, according to the National Weather Service.

Among Wednesday’s spring storm snow totals were 18 inches of accumulation in the Pinecliffe area of Jefferson County and just under 11 inches near Jamestown in Boulder County. Arapahoe Basin – the state’s only ski area still open – reports 11 inches in the past three days.

Additional snowfall in the mountains today should be on the light side and total rainfall amounts on the Eastern Plains should be less than half of an inch, the weather service reports.


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