Carter Matthewson 8, gets some air sledding with friends at Everitt middle school in Wheat Ridge. February 16, 2015. (Joe Amon, The Denver Post)Forecasters are calling for one last day of sunshine in Denver on Thursday before a winter storm threatening to bury the Front Range in up to a foot of snow moves in.The National Weather Service in Boulder is calling for a high of 61 degrees on Thursday.Forecasters expect a rain and snow mix all day Friday before snow begins rapidly falling on Saturday, the weather service says. Snowfall is expected to last into Sunday night.The heaviest snowfall on the Front Range is expected overnight Saturday.Temperatures are set to top out in the 20s on Saturday and Sunday, forecasters say.”There is the potential for eight to 14 inches of snow over much of the area with upwards of two feet possible over the Front Range foothills and Palmer Divide by late Sunday,” the weather service says.Bikes are covered in snow outside a home in Lakewood, February 17, 2015. (RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post)Current snowfall models, which are still developing, show between 10 and 12 inches of snow falling in the city by Sunday, according to Cari Bowen, a weather service meteorologist.”What we are looking at are two sources of energy moving through this weekend,” she said.Jesse Paul: 303-954-1733, [email protected] or twitter.com/JesseAPaul – Click Here To Visit Article Source