1:40 PM, Friday, November 27, 2015
Cold and unsettled weather is likely to continue into Monday, but not as intensely cold by Saturday afternoon. Also, there will probably be intervals Saturday-Sunday when the overcast clears out a bit.
The snow isn’t completely over either. Although it is mainly insignificant flurries now, the parent storm that is spinning in place to the west of Colorado may spit out some disturbances that will enhance the snow for a few hours at a time.
The best chance for minor accumulations (about and inch) over the next 48 hours appear to be this evening into early Saturday morning, but not everyone will get that.
As the whole storm finally wobbles through late Sunday into early Monday, there will likely be more accumulating snow in the mountains and parts of the foothills and plains along the Front Range. I’ll update either tomorrow or Sunday.