DENVER (CBS4) – A storm system tracking from Utah into Wyoming has brought in an interesting end to September.
Saturday’s storm pattern produced light mountain snow and scattered thunderstorms over the lower elevations. Showers will continue off and on into the early part of the evening.
Some of the storms in northeastern Colorado may see a few strong to severe storms develop late in the day. The best chance will be from DIA, Byers and Deer Trail up into southwest Nebraska.
Sunday will be very similar, with isolated afternoon showers and storms developing. Although the chances are a bit smaller there is still a chance for a passing storm during the second half of the Bronco game on into the evening.
A cold front will push in on Monday morning. This will cool things down again along with bringing in more mountain snow and a few showers for the plains. Some of the mountain snow accumulations may be heavy in the northern and western areas of the state.
A Winter Storm Warning from the Flat Tops up into Steamboat Springs area and a Winter storm Watch for other spots of northern Colorado are in effect from Sunday afternoon through Monday morning.