DENVER– Snow and wind continue in the mountains today with a lull occurring in the early afternoon.
A heavy band of snow arrives tonight into Saturday morning. Snow tapers off late Saturday, then may return on Sunday with the final piece of the storm system.
An additional 1-2 feet of accumulation on top of what fell there in the last 24 hours.
In Denver and across the Front Range it stays mild today near 50 degrees. It will be partly cloudy and windy this afternoon.
Snow showers hit Denver and the Front Range on Saturday. 1 inch or less of accumulation. Highs in the 30s.
A better chance of snow arrives in Denver on Sunday. We’ve issued a Pinpoint Weather Alert Day for Sunday. 1-3 inches of accumulation. Colder temperatures in the 20s and 30s.
3-6 inches of snow in the Foothills and Palmer Divide. So, that includes Genesee, Evergreen, west Boulder, Estes Park, Castle Rock and Monument. 4-8 inches in Colorado Springs to Pueblo.
This may set us up for a snowy, slow Monday morning rush-hour.
It will be dry on Monday-Friday. No big weather. 7-Day forecast:
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