4:45 PM, Wednesday, December 24, 2014
It is still looking like a late-day white Christmas for the Front Range. Snow is likely to develop north-to-south from Cheyenne to Colorado Springs during the afternoon and early evening. Boulder and Denver will probably see snowfall begin mid to late afternoon. Accumulations should range from about 3 inches on the plains east and northeast of Denver, to 10 inches in some foothills locations west and southwest of Denver. Expect 6-10 inches in the mountains and high passes of western Colorado. Most of the Front Range snow will probably fall before noon on Friday, but intermittent light snow is likely to persist into Friday night.
Most likely amounts at given locations:
7-12 inches: Nederland, Georgetown, Evergreen, Monument.
5-8 inches: Cheyenne, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver (and its south and west suburbs).
3-6 inches: Fort Collins, Longmont, DIA, Colorado Springs