12:20 PM MDT, Sunday, April 26, 2015
As advertised, a wet storm is here and is likely to persist into early Monday, and perhaps into late Monday, especially from Colorado Springs and southward. The snow level should slowly move down tonight and it’s possible that some wet snowflakes will occur in the lower elevations. But little or no accumulation is expected below 7000 feet. Heavy accumulation of 6 inches or more is likely to be limited to areas above 8000 feet, with perhaps more than a foot above 10,000 feet.
The precipitation should become more showery Monday with dry periods and perhaps a little sun breaking through for Denver, Boulder, and Cheyenne. The precipitation will probably linger a little longer south of Denver, and especially south of Pueblo.
Tuesday should be mainly dry and warmer with only a slight chance of s shower or sprinkle. Pleasant spring weather should be in full force on Wednesday.