DENVER (KDVR) — Another weather maker arrives Saturday morning to spread clouds and some snow showers across the state.
That system is on the heels of the recent wind event, which continues to spread impacts across the Plains Friday.
Blowing dust closed many routes, and two fires were started – one in southeastern Colorado and the other along the Colorado-Nebraska border.
Any moisture is clearly quite welcome amid the fire and drought dangers. However, Saturday’s system won’t produce much in the way of precipitation.
Snowfall totals are shown here:
You may see that area of possible accumulation not far from Denver. That snow shower is expected Saturday morning before the system clears Denver.
Since this Saturday system isn’t going to do much to help our drought, let’s look for another chance. This time, Monday and Tuesday may see some snowfall. However, like Saturday, not much accumulation is possible.