Denver weather forecast for today, May 19: Rain and snow showers continue

High Street in Elyria Swansea during a late spring storm is not so flooded. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)elyria swansea; denver; colorado; kevinjbeaty; denverite;

Good morning. The bulk of the storm has passed, but a chance of rain and snow showers persists through today in Denver. Snow accumulation in Denver will be less than a half-inch today, if any, National Weather Service forecasts.

The high is 43 degrees today. Precipitation may last through 9 p.m.

This weekend will be cool. Saturday is partly sunny with a high of 59 degrees. Sunday is partly sunny with a chance of showers and a high of 63 degrees.

Snow reports from yesterday’s storm range from 0.5 inches in Lakewood to 5 inches in northwestern Arvada. Parts of Boulder may have gotten 10 inches. Meanwhile, Front Range mountains and foothills report up to 30 inches of snow.

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