DENVER (CBS4) – A cold front moving in from the north and a low pressure over the 4 corners will keep the weather active across Colorado this weekend.
The cold front will help kick up some scattered rain and snow showers along the Front Range and on the eastern plains today.
Then as some colder air moves in this evening we’ll see any rain showers change over to snow.
Snow totals in the Denver area will be light, but there are some indications that a band of snow will develop tonight and last into the early morning hours on Sunday, especially over the southern and western suburbs of Denver.
Should this happen, those under the band could see as much as 1 to 3 inches in some spots.
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Strong winds develop as we head into Monday and that will warm temperatures up considerably along the Front Range.
We’ll see another weather system approach the state by next Wednesday.