The winter weather system we have been talking about most of the week is still on track to impact our region Thursday afternoon.
Ahead of this storm we will see some patchy fog Wednesday night and Thursday morning, primarily along bodies of water.
The brunt of this storm is expected to remain over the mountains with more rain than anything making its way into the plains.
Places that do see snow should only see around an inch of accumulation.
The Front Range should begin to see rain and snow Thursday afternoon.
I expect the rain and snow will become more wide spread on Friday.
With temperatures remaining in the high 30s and low to mid 40s snow will continue to melt fairly rapidly.
By adding rain to the mix we may see shallow creeks and streams with some minor flooding.
The good news is this system is well on its way by Saturday, allowing for sunny skies and warm weather this weekend.
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