12:00 noon, Sunday, November 29, 2015
The large, near-stationary storm system to our west that has kept us in clouds and occasional snow since Wednesday night is finally going to wobble through the Front range region tonight. Another round of snow is likely to accompany it late this afternoon or tonight. Amounts should be light, but falling on cold surfaces. Be prepared for winter travel conditions.
Expected accumulations: 1-3 inches most areas.
A few locations may get little or nothing (the chance for little or nothing is a little greater in Larimer County and up in Wyoming).
Likewise, a small portion of the area may get a little more than 3 inches from narrow southwest-northeast bands of snow this evening.
By the second half of this week we will probably be seeing temperatures climbing back above average for a couple days.