Cold Blast Fires Up A Few FlurriesA few flurries will pop along the northern Front Range with a bit of a warm up working in for the weekend.
Mountain Snow Returns While Denver Stays DryA cold front will be pushing through Colorado overnight Wednesday into Thursday.
Long Stretch Of Below Normal TemperaturesTuesday was our third day in a row with below normal temperatures the the streak will likely extend to at least seven days with chilly temperatures through Saturday.
Mountain Snow To Spread Into The Metro AreaLight snow falling across the Front Range and Eastern Plains.
Flurries Lead To Chilly WeekIncreased cloud cover and some snow can be expected as this storm system crosses the region.
Chilly With Snow Showers SundayColorado is caught up in a complicated weather pattern this weekend.
More Snow Possible This WeekendA slowing move storm system followed quickly by another slow moving storm will bring periods of snow to the Colorado mountains all weekend. For Denver and the Front Range we have two chances for light precipitation.
Two Storms Heading Our WayThe first will arrive tomorrow with another round of mountain snow, and potentially a few showers for Denver and the plains.
Unsettled Weather For Next Few DaysSnow is already falling in the mountains of western Colorado and we'll see that trend continue overnight.
Warming Up Before Cool DownOne more warm day before we start to cool off again.
Warming Up, Drying OutHigh pressure building over Colorado will keep us dry statewide for the next couple of days. Meanwhile temperatures will gradually warm up after a very chilly weekend.
Warming Trend AheadNovember will end on the quiet side around most of Colorado.
One More Burst Of Wind, SnowAn area of low pressure will slide southeast out of Wyoming tonight.
High Wind Warning For DenverThere is a High Wind Warning in place for Denver and most of eastern Colorado from noon to 2am on Saturday. Some of the winds may gust from 50 to 65 mph!
Heavy Snow, Strong Winds Set To Slam The MountainsAnother late fall storm will move across Colorado from late Friday through early very Sunday morning. The mountains will get big snow while the Front Range gets little more than wind.