DENVER (CBS4) – With a high pressure ridge nudging the central Rockies we had a delightful finish to the weekend. Sunday’s high in Denver made it to 73 degrees at DIA!
That is all about to change overnight into Monday. A cold front is pushing into Colorado from Wyoming. This next system will blast in overnight Sunday into Monday morning. The storm wont have much moisture with it. At this point it looks like less than a half-inch for the Denver metro area and a couple of inches in the foothills. Initially, there may be some freezing drizzle early Monday morning. This may make for a few slick roadways. Especially, bridges and overpasses.
On Halloween, there may be a few morning flurries and then the snow ends just in time for Trick or Treating.
We will quickly clear out and warm up by mid-week.