1:15PM, Friday, March 25, 2016
Given the recent storm that greatly exceeded expectation, you might be suspicious to hear that a relatively minor storm is moving in late tonight and Saturday. But it really is a different kind of storm. Wednesday’s storm was expected to be high-impact, but it ended up being high-impact in a different area than expected. Tonight’s storm is weaker and more of an upslope style that will favor areas in and near the mountains, mainly south of I-70.
A little rain may kick things off late Friday. Snow that does occur is likely in the late night and into Saturday. Accumulations should range from little or nothing to the northeast, to over 6 inches in the mountains and foothills southwest of Denver and in the Pikes Peak region.
0-2 inches: Cheyenne, Fort Collins, Longmont, DIA
1-3 inches: Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Nederland, Estes
2-6 inches: Castle Rock, Lakewood, Colorado Springs
5-10 inches: mountains and foothills mainly south of I-70