A cool Pacific storm system rolls through Colorado today with a drop in temps, rain, snow and a chance for t-storms.
We’ll start dry across Denver and the Front Range then watch for a shower at Lunch and t-storms during the evening rush hour. Highs drop 10 degrees into the mid 70s.
There is a slight risk for severe t-storms up I-76 into Northeast CO with hail and gusty wind.
The Mountains will see a mix of rain, snow, and t-storms depending on elevation. 1-4 inches of snow accumulation likely between today and Saturday. Highs 30s, 40s, and 50s. Winds increase this afternoon through Saturday with gusts above treeline to 45mph.
Saturday starts sunny and dry across the Front Range then we’ll watch for a 30% chance of afternoon rain/t-storms. Highs drop another 10 degrees into the mid 60s in Denver, Boulder and Fort Collins.
The Mountains can expect residual morning snow showers and wind then a better chance for snow/rain/t-storms in the afternoon. Highs 30s, 40s, and 50s.
Sunday is drier across the board. Highs in the 60s. Mountains start dry then an afternoon rain/snow shower possible.
Another cold Pacific storm system arrives in Colorado on Monday-Tuesday. Snow is again likely in the Mountains both days with accumulation. Rain is possible across the Front Range with cooler highs in the 40s and 50s. Gusty wind. Overnight lows could drop into the 30s.
Right now it looks like the Mountains above 8,000ft could see 3-8 inches of snow accumulation. The Foothills and Palmer Divide above 6,000ft could also see snow accumulation.
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