A mix of rain and snow is likely across the Denver metro area Thursday morning, switching over to afternoon rain.The National Weather Service in Boulder said to expect a 70 percent chance of precipitation on Thursday in Denver, with a high temperature around 48 degrees.Snow is possible primarily along the west of the Front Range in the foothills, with little-to-no snow accumulation expected.Rain across the metro area is causing some splashback for the morning commute. RADAR: See current precipitation across ColoradoThe chance of showers diminishes through the afternoon to about 10 percent before 7 p.m. Mostly cloudy skies are expected to gradually clear with an overnight low around 34 degrees.Sunny skies are expected to return Friday for the first day of spring, and are expected to continue through the weekend. The high on Friday will be about 68 degrees, reaching 71 on Saturday and 67 on Sunday. – Click Here To Visit Article Source