Reporting Ed Greene
DENVER (CBS4) – Light snow for the high country and Western Slope, and that will continue through most of the day today. Accumulations won’t be high, but a few inches are possible. Snow should clear overnight. Here across the Front Range, we’ll stay dry and cool. Clouds will increase through the day, but that’s about it for us. Our inversion is still strong, so hazy conditions and poor air quality today. A little light snow may fall south of Denver late tonight, but it won’t be much. Highs today are very seasonal. in the low 40s.
Tomorrow, we start a warming pattern! Mid 40s tomorrow, with the 50s possible by Sunday! Mostly sunny to partly sunny skies for our final days of fall. Winter officially begins on Sunday at 4:03 pm. Light snow for the next few days for the high country, but better snow possible on Sunday. We’re looking at the chance for rain and snow on Sunday night through Monday for the Front Range. The chance for snow sticks around through Christmas, we’ll keep watching as the holiday gets closer.